The Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law by President Biden on August 16, 2022. This act is a huge, $750 billion bill that includes provisions to deal with climate change, health care and [...]
Since the launch of the New Hampshire Emergency Rental Assistance program in March of 2021, more than $200 million has been expended – assisting more than 20,000 households. The program remains [...]
The IRS is continuously adding and modifying regulations and guidance for taxpayers. One such updated legislation was a temporary, 100% deduction for business meal expenses. As part of the [...]
So many parents say: I wish I could stay home with the kids while they grow up. I was fortunate enough to have that opportunity. The question eventually arose, what do I do now that the kids have [...]
Taxpayers who, during COVID, started working remotely in NH due to COVID-19 for their Massachusetts-based employer are still being subject to Massachusetts state income tax on the wages earned [...]
The 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit Payments have garnered a lot of attention (and questions) over the last several weeks.