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Aug 17, 2021

As we come out of the pandemic, many taxpayers find that they are not in the same financial situation as they were before. Some lost jobs or businesses, while others took on extra debt. Many of the expenses, from healthcare to mortgage payments, remained on the table, even if they were delayed or deferred. Now that we...


Aug 10, 2021

Earlier this month, ProPublica made waves when it published what it said was verified IRS information showing that billionaires, like Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett, pay little in income tax compared to their massive wealth. ProPublica described the info as “an unprecedented look inside the financial lives of...


Aug 3, 2021

What did you do in 2020 to make a change for the better? Last year, companies were asked to be accountable and actionable about their diversity and inclusion efforts. The results have been mixed. As Derrick Coleman of Creative Financial Staffing has written, “Improving diversity at an organization does not happen...


Jul 27, 2021

The current G20 countries account for more than 80% of the world’s GDP, 75% of global trade, and 60% of the world’s population. This summer, all eyes will be on the G20 summit as they tackle issues related to the global minimum corporate tax and profit reallocation of multinational enterprises. In early...


Jul 20, 2021

In June, Taxgirl wrote a story referencing a bad tax take on TikTok. It was a case of tax advice going viral for all the wrong reasons, and a lack of understanding of tax basics. Shortly after publishing the story, Taxgirl received a message from Duke Moore who wrote, “TikTok generally gets a bad rep for...