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QuickBooks Enterprise introduces a new customizable suite of integrated tools for business management

Article from quickbooks.intuit.com

“QuickBooks Enterprise introduces a new customizable suite of integrated tools for business management. Now, there’s the option of a premium add-on that enables two-way sync of customer and financial data between QuickBooks and Salesforce CRM.” Click here to continue reading this article.

 

Big News As IRS Opens Taxpayer Phone Lines & More

Article from Forbes.com

“The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) continues to resume operations. Here’s a closer look at some of what’s open or opening soon…” Click here to continue reading this article.

 

Holcomb Details $25M CARES Act Funding for Renter Assistance

Article from www.insideindianabusiness.com

“Hoosiers struggling to pay rent because they were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will be eligible to get some financial help as the state announces a $25 million initiative.” Click here to continue reading this article.

 

Treasury sent more than 1 million coronavirus stimulus payments to dead people, congressional watchdog finds

Article from www.washingtonpost.com

“Aside from announcing on its website on May 6 that stimulus payments made to dead or incarcerated individuals should be returned, the IRS does not have plans to take additional steps toward recouping the payments …” Click here to continue reading this article.

 

IRS May Consider Delaying Tax Filing Deadline Again, Mnuchin Says

Article from Forbes.com

“U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that his department may consider further extending the deadline for tax-filing, which had previously been moved from April 15 to July 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic, though there aren’t any such plans as of now, Bloomberg News reported.” Click here to continue reading this article.

 

IRS Faces Huge Backlog Of Unopened Mail As Workforce Returns

Article from Forbes.com

“The estimated backlog of unopened IRS mail stands at 11 million. Realistically, that means that taxpayers who filed returns by paper have experienced significant tax refund delays.” Click here to continue reading this article.