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How do I account for PPP loans and other grants for City of Tuscaloosa Business Licenses?

For a lot of our clients who are in the process of renewing their City of Tuscaloosa business licenses, we are getting many questions about whether to include those in the gross receipts amounts. For City of Tuscaloosa business license purposes, PPP loans (whether they are forgiven or not) are not included in gross receipts [...]

By |2021-01-21T19:13:28+00:00January 21st, 2021|News & Events, Press Releases, SALT|0 Comments

Impact of Deferred Payroll Taxes on Income Tax Deductions

By: Kim Smith, CPA, Tax Shareholder Kim is a shareholder, a member of the JMF Tax Department and in charge of the JMF State and Local Tax (SALT) group. With over 20 years of experience, she assists clients with corporate, partnership, and individual income tax reporting as well as complex multi-state income and sales tax issues.   The [...]

Can You Claim a Recovery Rebate Credit?

The massive law enacted by Congress last year in response to the COVID-19 outbreak—the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act—authorized the distribution of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) to qualified individuals. (Late in December, Congress authorized another round of payments.) But some eligible taxpayers were shorted or did not receive any payment at all. [...]

By |2021-01-18T16:42:26+00:00January 18th, 2021|Individual Tax, News & Events|0 Comments

Are you going to apply for a second draw PPP loan?

Last week the SBA and Treasury released the new application for Second Draw PPP loans (SBA Form 2483-SD), along with additional guidance for eligible borrowers. In order to be eligible for a Second Draw PPP loan, borrowers must meet the following criteria: Was eligible for and received a First Draw PPP loan Has used, or [...]

Capital Gains: Timing Is Everything

Are you planning to sell securities at the end of the year to “harvest” a long-term capital gain? Generally, the maximum tax rate on long-term capital gains is 15% (20% for certain upper-income taxpayers). To qualify as long-term gain, you must have owned the securities for more than one year. For these purposes, the controlling [...]

By |2020-12-28T21:21:48+00:00December 28th, 2020|Individual Tax, News & Events|0 Comments

Consolidated Appropriations Act – Updates to PPP, FFCRA, and Payroll

On Monday, December 21, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, which is expected to be signed by President Trump in the next several days. This Act provides various forms of COVID-19 related relief, among which are modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan program, as well as a second round of PPP [...]

JMF Listed on Forbes America’s Top Recommended Tax And Accounting Firms For Second Year in a Row

Photo Credit: Forbes Magazine For the second year in a row, Forbes Magazine partnered with the independent market research company Statista to create a list of the most recommended firms for tax and accounting services in the United States.  JMF was on the initial list as well, which was published last year. JamisonMoneyFarmer PC is proud to be [...]

2020 Year-End Tax Letter

 2020 Year-End Tax Letter YEAR END TAX PLANNING LETTER IN PDF Dear Clients and Friends: This year has been unlike any other in recent memory. Front and center, the COVID-19 pandemic has touched virtually every aspect of daily living and business activity in 2020. In addition to other financial consequences, the resulting fallout is [...]