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It’s safe harbor season: Here’s what you should know

June 2022
Now that tax season is behind you, you’re likely thinking of new ways to create efficiencies and minimize your tax burdens for next year.

Preparation is key: Substantial procedure change can burden those looking to claim R&D tax credit

February 2022
The IRS’s new requirements for taxpayers seeking Research and Development Tax Credit refunds have left tax professionals with some unanswered questions.

Nuts and bolts of cryptocurrency taxation

November 2021
The inclusion of the virtual currency question on the front and center of Form 1040 have made cryptocurrency a subject that tax practitioners cannot afford to ignore anymore.

Are homebound employees during COVID eligible for home office deductions?

March 2021
After the COVID-19 pandemic took hold across the U.S. in March 2020, most states experienced various levels of shelter-in-place edicts, requiring many employees to work from home if able. This has left many people wondering if, like those who are self-employed and contractors, if they can benefit from home office deductions offered by the Internal Revenue Service and the Minnesota Department of Revenue.