Month: March 2020

The Internal Revenue Service is now accepting email and digital signatures on tax documents to make it easier for tax professionals and taxpayers to communicate with the agency during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The IRS said Monday that, effective immediately, it would “begin temporarily accepting images of signatures (scanned or photographed) and digital signatures on
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New Jersey is temporarily waiving corporate nexus arising from employees teleworking due to the COVID-19 pandemic’a response to the crisis that other states should follow. As we have noted previously, when employees work in a state in which their employer does not otherwise operate, that can give their employer sufficient contacts (“nexus”) with the state
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NoDerog | E+ | Getty Images Those government stimulus checks should be on their way soon to millions of Americans. Many people have still have a lot of questions about them. Last week, Washington lawmakers approved a $2 trillion relief bill in response to the coronavirus outbreak that includes a payment of $1,200 for single taxpayers
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SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said Monday that the practice of short selling ’ effectively betting that a stock will drop ’ is needed to “facilitate ordinary market trading.” “We shouldn’t be banning short selling,” Clayton told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” However, he said the Securities and Exchange Commission did replace the old uptick rule with a
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