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MWE Advisor August Highlights

August highlights from The MWE Advisor: Some companies may qualify for a refund if they amend previous tax returns with net operating losses; Five mid-year tax planning ideas for small business owners; The FASB issued guidance that defers the effective dates of the updated standards on leases and revenue recognition rules for certain entities.

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MWE Advisor July Highlights

July highlights from The MWE Advisor: Midyear tax planning strategies for individuals to consider in light of recent tax-law changes; An overview of the treatment of hobby vs. for-profit business activities under current tax law; Clarification on the rules for deducting losses incurred in 2019 and 2020.

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MWE Advisor June Highlights

June highlights from The MWE Advisor: Last-minute tax saving and planning strategies for businesses that deferred filing tax returns; How to report employees who refuse to return to work.

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MWE Advisor February Highlights

February highlights from The MWE Advisor: Winners and losers of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act two years later; A new Tax Relief Act extends various business credits and incentives for manufacturing companies.

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MWE Advisor November Highlights

November highlights from The MWE Advisor: FAQs about the 15.3% self-employment tax and how to possibly avoid it; Planning now to reduce your potential alternative minimum tax (AMT) exposure.

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MWE Advisor August Highlights

August highlights from The MWE Advisor: How should you treat the costs of developing your website for federal income tax purposes? A new final rule from the U.S. Department of Labor clarifies some of the ins and outs of multiple employer plans.

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MWE Advisor May Highlights

May highlights from The MWE Advisor: Despite changes in the tax law, you may still be able to receive generous tax benefits for home improvements; IRS announces changes for personal use of employer-provided vehicles.

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