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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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Every Day Is Tax Season for Small Business Owners: Business Tax Advice for the Holiday Season

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Everywhere you go, which in the age of COVID-19 means every website you visit, you find people lamenting about how different this holiday season is from any other you have experienced. No multigenerational Thanksgiving dinner. No Black Friday crowds. No Secret Santa gift exchanges at the office. If you are a small business owner,… Read More »

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Heated Tables for Outdoor Dining: How to Spend Your Winter Ready Grant Money

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

New cases of COVID-19 are surging in the Washington DC area and just about everywhere else, now that the weather is getting too cool for outdoor recreation to be practical. Meanwhile, pandemic fatigue is real, and it may be another factor contributing to the surge in new COVID-19 infections. After quarantining all summer and… Read More »

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Lesser Known Pandemic-Related Tax Credits

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Can you believe that 2020 is almost over? Most years, the sign of the end of the year is a parade of trick-or-treaters bearing increasingly heavy plastic pumpkins full of candy; once they disappear, Christmas carols start playing on the radio of every retail store. This year is different; there are no holiday celebrations… Read More »

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Changing the Beneficiaries in Your Will Does Not Always Mean Undue Influence

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

In probate law, undue influence means that the deceased person wrote or modified their will the way they did only because someone else coerced or deceived them into doing so. You can cite undue influence if the decedent was too ill to understand their actions at the time they signed their will. When an… Read More »

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