Do you have an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)? Do you know whether yours is expiring? Read this guideline to determine if yours needs to be renewed. Under the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, ITINs that have not been used on a federal tax return at least once in the last three consecutive years and those issued before 2013 will expire. In 2020 ITINs with middle digits 88 will expire Dec. 31, 2020. Additionally, ITINs with middle digits 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 or 99, that were assigned before 2013 and have not already been renewed, will also expire at the end of the year. Make sure you contact Community CPA to get it renewed. Community CPA is federal authorized agent to assist IRS in ITIN renewal and insurance. To schedule an appointment, call 515-288-3188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tiene un Número de Identificación Individual del Contribuyente (ITIN)? ¿Sabe si el suyo está expirando? Lea esta guía para determinar si su número ITIN necesita ser renovado. Bajo la Ley de Protección a los Estadounidenses contra las alzas de Impuestos (PATH), los ITIN que no se han utilizado en una declaración de impuestos federal al menos una vez en los últimos tres años consecutivos y los emitidos antes de 2013 expirarán. En 2020 los ITIN con dígitos medios 88 expirarán el 31 de diciembre de 2020. Además, los ITIN con dígitos medios 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 o 99, que fueron asignados antes de 2013 y no han sido renovados, también expirarán al final del año. Asegúrese de ponerse en contacto con Community CPA para renovarlo. Community CPA es un agente autorizado para ayudar al IRS en la renovación y la aplicacion de ITIN. Para programar una cita, llame al 515-288-3188 o envíe un correo electrónico email@example.com.
SBA finally released the PPP loan forgiveness instructions and forms that small business owners had been anxiously waiting for. This release should clarify most, if not all, uncertainties in business owners’ minds about PPP forgiveness. We will cover PPP forgiveness application in our upcoming webinars starting 5/16.
As a CPA firm, we are proud of our Firm’s founder Ying Sa. We work hard as a team to contribute more to the wellbeing of our taxpayers. During this COVID-19 pandemic, we expanded our outreach through webinars. Join us on webinar to learn more. Please claim your family membership with Community CPA by becoming our clients! PDF Version
Contact Information Community CPA Dan Kim 515-720-5872 firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release YING SA’S NEW BOOK, 8AM, NOW AVAILABLE Des Moines, IA – Des Moines-based entrepreneur and business owner Ying Sa has published her first book, Appointment with Ying @ 8am: Starting up a Business. This book is now available for purchase online: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1647133297/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_cmV1Db90KTNPX Over the course of a year, Ying meets with about 2,200 clients. An immigrant formerly from Canada and China, she shares her experiences about starting up a business in the United States through her exceptional understanding of business and compassionate story telling. The book is all about how to get started in business, from the perspective of business narratives. You will find business stories about Elon Musk, Donald Trump and Elkhart Trolley. Through these accounts, Ying introduced three imaginary countries that all business owners are coming from – Land of Hand, Land of Heart, and Land of Head. The journey to the Business Land from these imaginary countries are no different from a journey as an immigrant to USA. You will meet business owners “Hua Hua,” “Samuel,” and many more. If you are not an immigrant and want to start a business, find “Emily” in the book. If you are an ITIN holder and want to start a business, find “Jose” in this book. Ying’s hope is that you will truly see the reflection of yourself in these accounts. This book’s perspective is on starting a business from a position of clear self-realization. The 8am book is first in a four-book series, to be followed by 10am, 2pm, and 6pm. The series follows the life-cycle of a business. Just as we start our day and go to rest at night, a business goes through a similar process as well. 8am is about starting, 10am is about developing, 2pm is about expanding, and 6pm is about sun-setting and retiring from business. Start your collection of all four books today. Follow Ying at www.communitycpa.com, facebook.com/communitycpa, twitter.com/communitycpa, instagram.com/communitycpa,
Tips to get $1,200 Recovery Rebates of CARES Act – hurry and hurry! If you have a college student in your 2018 1040. For 2019 return, file the your college kid 1040 as independent person. That way he or she gets $1,200 rebate not $500 as your dependent. If your house hold income changed a lot in 2019, especially you made less money in 2019 than 2018, you might meet the threshold now. File your 1040 2019 right away to get the rebate for your family. If you gave birth to a child or a few child in 2019, please file 2019 return right away, so you get the $500 rebate per dependent. We are thinking for you…… You do not need to apply for the rebate. You need to do nothing but do what we said above. It comes to you by mail or by direct deposit. Your tax return information is important. Be sure your direct deposit account is accurate. Plan for 8 weeks waiting time. Nothing is going to come tomorrow. General rules: Individuals with adjusted gross incomes up to $75,000 a year will be eligible for the full $1,200 check. Reduced checks will go out to individuals making up to $99,000 a year (the payment amount falls by $5 for every $100 in income above $75,000).Married couples are eligible for a $2,400 check as long as their adjusted gross income is under $150,000 a year. Reduced checks, on a sliding scale, will go out to married couples who earn up to $198,000. Married couples also will receive an additional $500 for every child under 17.People who file as a “head of household” (typically single parents with children) are eligible for a $1,200 check if they have an adjusted gross income up to $112,500 a year. Reduced checks on a sliding scale are available for heads of household earning up to $136,500 annually. Heads of household will also receive an additional $500 per child under 17.
Tuesday, 10-20-2020 03:00 PM:
Tax Planning Case Study: Grocery Store
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Tiền cứu trợ cho kinh doanh / Grants for Small Businesses (Vietnamese)
Thursday, 10-22-2020 03:00 PM:
Business Bankruptcy Explained
Friday, 10-23-2020 03:00 PM:
Subsidios para pequenas empresas / Grants for Small Businesses (Spanish)
Saturday, 10-24-2020 03:00 PM:
Case studies for optimizing your business structure in 2020
Monday, 10-26-2020 03:00 PM:
公司业务结构 / Optimizing Business Structure (Chinese)
Wednesday, 10-28-2020 03:00 PM:
Cơ cấu sản xuất / Optimizing your Business Structure
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Funding & Community Support for Nonprofits
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