The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is asking the Trump administration to clear up the concerns and questions many businesses have in the wake of the President's executive action to defer payroll taxes.
The administration confirmed a bonus for returning to work is under consideration.
With the tax-filing deadline rapidly approaching, here are a few tips to get you through the process if you have yet to get your return in order.
One once-reliable source of cash is taking longer to reach Americans' bank accounts this year, and tax refund delays could not have come at a more inconvenient time.
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Every year brings some changes to the tax code, but 2020 has brought more than most as the COVID-19 pandemic upended life in ways we could never have anticipated.
The federal government piled up a record deficit in April, traditionally a month of big budget surpluses.
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The White House's extension only applies to federal payments and returns.
The cash is expected to arrive within three weeks.
Many lenders are allowing borrowers to skip payments without being charged late fees or being considered delinquent.
WalletHub calculated which states have the highest and lowest tax rates overall.
By extending the deadline, the federal government is allowing individuals and businesses to hold onto their cash longer as they deal with the fallout from the virus outbreak
The agency has been tasked with sending out relief checks to American households in the middle of tax season.
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This year's tax season, the second filing under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, has industry experts much more at ease — but some taxpayers may still face surprises if they did not take action to modify their withholding since last year.
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