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FREE SUPPLIES FOR SMALL BUSINESS AND CHILD CARE PROVIDERS

Supplies for Small Businesses & Child Care Providers The Governor’s office in partnership with the Oregon Legislature’s Emergency Board, allocated $10 Million from the federal CARES Act funding for the purchase of supplies including masks and gloves for small business. The State of Oregon is fulfilling orders at no charge until resources are depleted. Due …

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IRS announces tax relief for Oregon wildfires and straight-line winds victims

OR-2020-03, September 16, 2020 Oregon — Victims of Oregon wildfires and straight-line winds that began September 7 now have until January 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. Following the recent disaster declaration for individual assistance issued by the Federal Emergency Management …

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Livestock and the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

Are you a livestock producer whose operation has been directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic? The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program provides direct relief to producers who faced price declines and additional marketing costs due to COVID-19. The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, or CFAP, provides vital financial assistance to producers of agricultural commodities who have suffered …

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IRS to send extra stimulus money to spouses who were due child support

The Internal Revenue Service plans to send approximately 50,000 “catch-up” economic impact payments to people whose portion of the stimulus payment was diverted by the federal government to pay their spouse’s past-due child support. The catch-up payments are expected to be sent in early to mid-September. They will be mailed as checks to any eligible …

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IRS offers reprieve for taxpayer checks caught in backlog of unopened mail

The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers a break if the checks they mailed in to pay their taxes still haven’t been opened up yet and are sitting in the trailers the IRS had to set up during the novel coronavirus pandemic. This spring, as many IRS offices remained shuttered, a backlog of millions of …

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Here’s Why Accountants Are Important in Dealing with Estate Matters

When executing an estate plan it is important to have a team of talented professionals that can help advise you. An estate planning attorney is an expert on the law and can actually prepare the appropriate documents. However, having an accountant on your team that can advise you on tax and other financial issues is …

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What Each State is Doing to Help Restaurants Harmed by COVID-19

Many are loosening liquor laws and extending tax deadlines, and some are offering low- or no-interest loans or grants. See what forms of assistance are available in your state. Without any overriding guidance from the federal government, individual states have been on their own when it comes to determining policies for dealing with the coronavirus. …

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