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Karen Kerrigan
Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the plan by the Biden administration to raise taxes on businesses to pay for the unprecedented spending levels already appropriated and further planned.
Eva Rosenberg
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the one-month extension for filing and paying your federal 2020 taxes, but be sure to check with your state, which might not matchup with the IRS.
Neil Hare
Neil Hare joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fact that you can still apply for an EIDL loan from the SBA, with great terms, plus a report on the Biden infrastructure bill, and the likely associated increase in taxes.
Neil Hare
Neil Hare joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Employee Retention Credit, and how you can claim it on your tax return and either get a credit – real money, not a deduction – either as a deduction on taxes to be paid, or a check.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals more examples of how raising taxes on small business families who risk everything in the creation of their income will hurt their sustainability, national economic growth and job creation.
Pete Sepp
Pete Sepp joins Jim Blasingame to report on the new levels and types of taxes Biden and the Democrats will try to impose in order to pay for their extreme-deficit spending.
Chad Moutray
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the impact of more regulations and higher taxes as an impediment to reshoring manufacturing in America.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reports on the news from the IRS that you now have 32 more days to file and pay federal income taxes, all the way to May 17.
Eva Rosenberg
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the fact that some states will tax the PPP funds that you don’t have to pay federal taxes on, plus her thoughts on International Women’s Day.
Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the upcoming tax deadlines, including it being unlikely that they will be extended, plus how some tax advantages could be created this year and made retroactive to 2020.