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Employee Retention Credit

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was put into place in March of 2020 under the CARES act as a temporary response to the impacts of the Coronavirus. This refundable tax credit was originally set to help companies keep employees on payroll. However, the ERC has since expanded its requirements for ...
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Child Tax Credit

Everything you need to know about the new child tax credit What do the new advance child tax credit payments mean? Here’s everything you need to know. What is changing? The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) that was signed in March of 2021 expands the Child Tax Credit (CTC) for the ...
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CKH CPA’s & Advisors Rebrands To CKH Group

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Atlanta, GA, May 25, 2021 – The CKH Group, originally CKH CPA’s and Advisors, announced that, as of May 2021, it has officially rebranded to CKH Group. CKH Group now encapsulates all the activities of CKH CPA’S and Advisors, LLC and CKH Consulting, LLC. Over the past ...
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Nico Meyer Appointed as CKH Group’s Chief Executive Officer

Atlanta, GA, March 24, 2021 – The CKH Group (comprising of CKH CPA’s and Advisors LLC and CKH Consulting LLC) announced that its members have appointed Nico Meyer, CPA as the new Chief Executive Officer Nico, who has more than 30 years experience in finance and accountancy, has held multiple ...
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IRS Nonpayment Notices

The Internal Revenue Service has finally responded to a large number of complaints regarding incorrect unpaid tax notices. As a result, the mailing of three types of nonpayment notices have been suspended. At a time when mailing in the United States has become its own issue, complications have also arisen ...
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John Goss uncovers an Anomaly That Saves Client Thousands

As CKH continues to expand our practice and attract top talent, we recently brought on board a new Tax Principle, John Goss. John comes to us with over twenty years of indirect tax experience gained during his tenures in Big 4 public accounting and with well-known global companies like Newell ...
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Why You Should Have a Trust Fund

As the tax season comes to a close, many look for ways to diversify their assets and plan their estate. A trust, or trust fund, is an estate planning tool that forms a legal entity to hold property or assets for a person or organization that is managed by a ...
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Five Financial Steps Following Graduation

There are many changes following a college graduation. Moving away, finding a new job, the perfect apartment/house, etc. But you shouldn’t have to worry about your taxes. These steps allow you to understand how you should be filing, mistakes to avoid, and benefits that will help you in the long ...
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Returning to Business Safely

As businesses are starting to return to normal, many questions arise in regards to health,safety, and sanitation in the workplace. Business owners and managers are doing everything they can to ensure a safe environment for their customers and employees, and it’s important to stay informed on how best to do ...
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Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

COVID-19 has proven to affect not only people’s health, but also current employment opportunities for many. The federal/state governments have recently implemented the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program to assist those who would normally be ineligible to receive benefits. Such person’s include: Self-employed individuals Gig economy workers 1099 independent contractors ...
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