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19 May 20 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Business Consulting,

Boxelder Consulting’s Complete Guide to PPP Loan Forgiveness

What is the PPP The Paycheck Protection Program originated as part of the CARES Act, which was signed into law on March 27. The initial…

09 Apr 20 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

IRS Collections and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Like most people, the team at Boxelder Consulting is still coming to grips with the jolting shift in reality we’ve all experienced in just three…

10 Feb 20 Audra Walter

Taxes and Tax Relief,

What These Two Cases Could Tell Us About the Future of Section 280E and Cannabis Taxation

The cannabis industry continues to evolve and change rapidly throughout the United States. Many states, including Washington State and Colorado, have legalized marijuana for both…

14 Jan 20 Audra Walter

Bookkeeping,

4 Reasons Why It Makes Sense To Hire a Bookkeeper For Your Business

Knowing when to hire a bookkeeper is not always the easiest determination. In some cases, there is no clear point at which it becomes obvious…

13 Jan 20 Audra Walter

Bookkeeping,

The Ultimate Guide to Payroll Systems

Continuing with our series on bookkeeping services, in this post we’re going to introduce and discuss the topic of payroll systems. When you run a…

07 Jun 19 Audra Walter

Taxes and Tax Relief,

The IRS sent me certified mail to seize my property – now what?

As we saw in our previous post, the IRS is willing to make a deal when it comes to collecting its debts. The IRS gives taxpayers multiple…

31 May 19 Audra Walter

Taxes and Tax Relief,

How much will the IRS settle for? Key facts about IRS Settlements and Offers in Compromise

How much will the IRS settle for? Key facts about IRS Settlements and Offers in Compromise If you find yourself grappling with a tax deficiency…

21 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

1099 vs W-2 Employee: What’s the Difference?

Estimated reading time: 4 Minutes The IRS classifies types of workers as either an employee or independent contractor for tax purposes. If you’re reading this,…

21 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

1099 vs W-2 Employee: What’s the Difference?

Estimated reading time: 4 Minutes The IRS classifies types of workers as either an employee or independent contractor for tax purposes. If you’re reading this, […]

16 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

News, Taxes and Tax Relief,

Woman sues Howard Stern over airing private call with IRS

On Monday, satellite radio personality Howard Stern was hit with a lawsuit initiated by a woman named Judith Barrigas for allegedly airing a private conversation […]

14 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

The Complete Guide to IRS Notices

In our past blog post, IRS Notices Decoded: What Your IRS Notice Means we reviewed the reasons you may have received a notice from the […]

06 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

I Got a Notice Of Deficiency From The IRS. What Should I Do?

  Estimated reading time: 5 minutes What You Should Do After Getting an IRS Deficiency Notice First, take a deep breath and relax. A deficiency […]

27 Jan 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

Someone’s Claiming I Owe Money To The IRS. Is This Legit?

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes Are you wondering how ConServe Accounts Receivable or another private debt collection firm could be collecting your taxes? Check out […]

24 Jan 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Taxes and Tax Relief,

IRS Notices Decoded: What Your IRS Notice Means

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes You have received a letter or notice from the IRS. Of the many questions going through your head, the most […]

13 Jan 17 Dave Weishaus

Taxes and Tax Relief,

How to Respond to an IRS Notice Letter (or IRS Notice of Deficiency)

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. You have received an IRS Notice letter in the mail. On its front are stamped the letters “IRS.” The pit […]

06 Jan 17 Dave Weishaus

Taxes and Tax Relief,

IRS Statute of Limitations: How Far Back Can The IRS Audit You?