COVID-19 and Stimulus Tax Preparer Resources


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How to Manage the Stressful Changes of the Extended Tax Season


For many Americans, the extended tax season was a relief. For tax professionals, it’s been an adjustment trying to manage multiple priorities while maintaining and growing your tax business. Your busy season has been extended for three months, and you’re adjusting to stay-at-home orders, working from home, and homeschooling your kids.  If…

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COVID-19 Updates for Professional Tax Preparers


This article was last updated at 5 p.m. EST on Wednesday, May 27th, 2020. The 2020 IRS Tax Forums will be held virtually beginning in July. The IRS officially announced that Tax Day is now July 15th.  Because of the outbreak of COVID-19, many individuals are staying home, working remotely, and even avoiding social contact. As a professional…

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COVID-19 Economic Relief Opportunities for Small Tax Prep Businesses


If you own a small tax preparation business, you may have experienced some of the impacts of COVID-19 firsthand. Since the government announced a federal state of emergency, small businesses can request loan assistance to help with the financial burden of the outbreak.    What kinds of loan can I get for my tax prep business?  …


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3 Tax Preparer Tips During the COVID-19 Outbreak


The COVID-19 outbreak is impacting businesses of all kinds, including tax preparation. Most preparers file their client’s taxes from a physical office location, often with the client in the room with them. While many companies are moving to remote work, it leaves tax preparers with questions. How do I communicate these changes…