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    2. COVID-19 Scam Roundup – May 2020

      COVID-19 Scam Roundup – May 2020
      Security Awareness Digital attacks continue to exploit coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) as part of their malicious operations. On May 5, 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) along with the United Kingdoms National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) published a joint alert in which they revealed that they had witnessed APT actors targeting local governments, academia and pharmaceutical companies.
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    3. 5 Commonly Asked Stimulus Tax Questions

      5 Commonly Asked Stimulus Tax Questions
      TheCOVID-19 outbreakhas hurt the U.S. economy to a degree beyond what many of us could have imagined. Thankfully, the $2 trillion CARES Act has already been providing relief in the form of $1,200 stimulus payments that started hitting Americans' bank accounts in April. But there's still a lot of confusion surrounding those stimulus checks, so if you're in the dark, here's some information that may ...
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    4. Small Businesses Counting on Loan Forgiveness Could Be Stuck With Debt

      Small Businesses Counting on Loan Forgiveness Could Be Stuck With Debt
      The embattled small business lending program at the center of the Trump administrations economic rescue is running into a new set of challenges, one that threatens to saddle borrowers with huge debt loads, as banks begin the tricky task of proving the loans they extended actually met the governments strict and shifting terms.With thousands of businesses preparing to ask for their eight-week loans to be forgiven, banks and borrowers ...
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    5. 3 Things to Know Before Throwing Out Your Old Tax Returns

      3 Things to Know Before Throwing Out Your Old Tax Returns
      3 Things to Know Before Throwing Out Your Old Tax Returns newsfeedback@fool.com (Kailey Hagen) Save Tax season eventually comes to a close, but you'll always have your tax return and other paperwork to serve as a reminder of that time -- at least until you throw it out. Hopefully, you're not doing that the second you've gotten your refund or paid your tax bill for the ...
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    6. 11 Tax Tips For The Unemployed During The COVID-19 Pandemic

      11 Tax Tips For The Unemployed During The COVID-19 Pandemic
      Paycheck Protection Loan Backlash: How To Defend Your Business Reputation And Avoid Getting Shake Shacked The rules for eligibility also vary by state since each state sets its own guidelines. Typically, however, you qualify if you are unemployed through no fault of your own, and you meet work and wage requirements established by your state. You can review the details of your state's program here . Of course, these numbers ...
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    7. How to Protect Yourself From Coronavirus Scams

      How to Protect Yourself From Coronavirus Scams
      By Sarah Fisher Many tragedies bring out scammers looking to take advantage of fear and suffering. The coronavirus pandemic has been no exception, with a litany of scams targeting those living in fear of the virus or struggling with its economic impacts. A general rule of thumb is to never provide personal information to people contacting you who you dont know, unless you can independently verify that they need it ...
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    8. How Your Marital Status Will Affect Your Stimulus Check

      How Your Marital Status Will Affect Your Stimulus Check
      It may take months before all the checks are mailed, so if you're in a hurry to receive your stimulus money, you can provide your direct deposit information to speed up the process. The IRS recently revealed its new Get My Payment tool for Americans to track their stimulus check and see when it's estimated to arrive. If your bank account information isn't currently on file with ...
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    9. How to track your coronavirus stimulus check and now see your payment status - CNET

      How to track your coronavirus stimulus check and now see your payment status - CNET
      Here's how to use the IRS online tracking portal to monitor the status of your stimulus payment. Plus, everything else you need to know about the online status tracker. For tens of millions of US residents who'veset up direct deposit with the government, the IRS and Treasury Department this week began depositing the firststimulus checks of up to $1,200 into bank accounts. Up to 150 million residents ...
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    10. IRS introduces new tool for taxpayers to track stimulus payments

      IRS introduces new tool for taxpayers to track stimulus payments
      The Internal Revenue Service, working with the Treasury Department, announced new tool Get My Payment, enabling taxpayers to check on their Economic Impact Payment date and update direct deposit information. The tool, available on IRS.gov, was created to help taxpayers track the initial round of more than 80 million Economic Impact Payments that have started to hit bank accounts and address some common questions.
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    11. IRS braces for onslaught of coronavirus stimulus scams

      IRS braces for onslaught of coronavirus stimulus scams
      The Internal Revenue Service is bracing for another epidemic -- scammers trying to get their hands on the $1,200 payments being sent out to millions of Americans to bolster the economy. The payments, plus an additional $500 for each child, have begun hitting bank accounts this week, opening a wide avenue of opportunities for scams, identity theft and low-tech crimes such as stealing checks from mailboxes.
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    12. IRS warns of coronavirus-related tax scams

      IRS warns of coronavirus-related tax scams
      The Internal Revenue Service issued a warning Thursday urging taxpayers to beware of scammers calling and emailing them about the stimulus payments they are expecting as a result of last weeks CARES Act, along with other schemes related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, as they could lead to identity theft and tax fraud.
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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

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