Monthly Archives: March 2020

#COVID-19 Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan (EBL) Program

Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan (EBL) Program Managed by: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO). Application period: March 17, 2020 through May 8, 2020. Application period is also contingent upon fund availability. Eligibility: Small business owner with two to … Continue reading

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#COVID-19 UPDTD SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)

Updated 04/14/2020 for SBA clarification Our whole nation is a declared disaster area. Structures are still standing and the power is on. But the financial fallout is everywhere. An SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan could provide the necessary working capital … Continue reading

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Keeping Track…of expenses. The first of a two-part series.

There are so many things we keep track of on a daily basis: bank balances, dogs, kids, and how much gas is in the tank.  But if you’re a business owner, you’re also tracking expenses. There’s two ways to dress … Continue reading

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Timely Mailed = Timely Filed…Or Does It?

Last week we introduced the Mailbox Rule. This week we tell a tale of how serious it is when “timely mailed = timely filed” meets “he said-she said”. This is a story, sad but true. Many years ago in 2005, … Continue reading

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The Mailbox Rule

Taxpayers mail all sorts of things other than tax returns. There are other information returns, petitions, and payments, all of which are crucially important to arrive at the IRS on time. Taxpayers use USPS, DHL, FedEx and UPS. Taxpayers drop … Continue reading

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