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Howard, Moore & McDuffie is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and we are continuously checking with our local agencies as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help us determine what, if any, action is necessary on our part to support our clients, our community and our staff.  We are taking preventative measures based upon the CDC’s recommendations to mitigate the spread of the virus.  Our office currently remains open, and we are conducting business as usual with a few exceptions. Please download our flyer for more information. 


 

 


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Tax filing season to start Feb. 12, IRS announces

  • 18 January 2021
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The IRS on Friday announced that it will start accepting and processing 2020 tax returns on Friday, Feb. 12. This is later than in most previous years, when tax season has started in January. The IRS says the delay is due to the extra time it needs for programming and testing its systems following the tax law changes made by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA 2021), P.L. 116-260, which was enacted Dec. 27.

Many tax provisions appear in year-end coronavirus relief bill

  • 22 December 2020
  • Author: machele
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The omnibus spending and coronavirus relief bill passed by Congress late Monday includes many tax provisions, including the extension of various expiring provisions, extensions and expansions of certain earlier pandemic tax relief provisions, and much more. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, H.R. 133, passed both houses of Congress Monday evening, and the president is expected to sign it quickly.

COVID-19 relief bill addresses key PPP issues

  • 22 December 2020
  • Author: machele
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The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill Monday night that provides $600 stimulus payments to individuals, adds $300 to extended weekly unemployment benefits, and provides more than $300 billion in aid for small businesses.

Administrative Assistant Needed

  • 23 November 2020
  • Author: machele
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We are seeking an experienced administrative professional/receptionist for our firm to support our staff and perform a broad range of administrative and reception duties.  For more information on how to apply, click the 'Read More' button.

2021 inflation adjustments and tax tables issued

  • 28 October 2020
  • Author: machele
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The IRS on Monday issued the 2021 annual inflation adjustments for many tax provisions, as well as the 2021 tax rate tables for individuals and estates and trusts (Rev. Proc. 2020-45). These adjusted amounts will be used to prepare tax year 2021 returns in 2022.

Many amounts will increase for inflation in 2021. The standard deduction will increase to $25,100 for married individuals filing joint returns or surviving spouses, $18,800 for heads of household, and $12,550 for unmarried individuals (other than surviving spouses) and married individuals filing separate returns.


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