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Five Questions With: Steve Dandurand

Steve Dandurand is a tax preparer with Jackson Hewitt and works out of its Warwick location. He has more than 20 years of tax...

R.I. begins accepting tax returns for 2020

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation has officially begun accepting resident and nonresident personal income tax returns for tax year 2020, the R.I....

Rhode Island tax season starts Feb. 12

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation will begin accepting taxpayers’ personal income filings on Feb. 12, mirroring the start to the federal tax-filing...

Providence extends deadline for homestead recertification

PROVIDENCE – The city has extended the homestead recertification application deadline until Feb. 21, 2021, to accommodate residents who may receive their mail notifications...

Retirement interrupted?

1. Has the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted tax and retirement planning for your business? No: 63% Yes: 38% 2. What measures did you take to address the disruption?...
PLANNING AHEAD: Brad McGuire, a tax partner at Blum, Shapiro & Co. in Cranston, and other accountants have been spending a lot of time talking with clients about possible changes to the estate and gift taxes under the Biden administration. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Fear of heftier estate tax has R.I.’s wealthy worried

The potential of higher taxes on gifts and estates after Democrat Joe Biden enters the White House in January is giving a lot of...
HOLDING ON: Joseph A. Mansour Jr. is the president of Marcovich, Mansour & Capobianco LLC in Lincoln, an accounting firm that represents about 400 businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program loans. Mansour said he’s advising those clients to keep some of that money, if possible, in case they have to pay taxes on the funds in April 2021. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Tax questions over PPP loans remain unresolved

Accountants who helped shepherd businesses through the process of obtaining federal Paycheck Protection Program loans this year are now cautioning them to not assume...

House Finance Committee to consider breaking with CARES Act tax provisions

PROVIDENCE – The House Finance Committee on Wednesday will take up a proposal to break away from federal tax provisions outlined in the Coronavirus...

R.I. Taxation Division grants 1-month extension on quarterly tax filings

PROVIDENCE – Seeking to offer financial relief to struggling taxpayers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the R.I. Department of Revenue’s Division of Taxation has postponed...

DOR: March revenue $53.4M above expectations

PROVIDENCE – While state revenue sources are expected to take a significant hit amid the economic shutdown prompted by the new coronavirus, that was...

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