COVID-19 Vaccine Required for Stimulus Payment — Bad Deal!

Last week, Republican Congressman, Steve Stivers proposed giving the $1,400 Stimulus payment only to those who have had the COVID-19 vaccine, because that way "we actually buy something with our $1,400 — and that’s herd immunity."

Watch it here: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/gop-congressman-give-1400-stimulus-checks-to-people-who-get-the-covid-19-vaccine-220040418.html

Sorry pal... bad idea, tender your resignation if you are going to be this way.

Here is my letter that I sent to Congressman Steve Stivers:

Fill Your Days!

Fill Your Days!  This is my advice to people.  I have been saying it for quite some time.

Nobody knows how long they are going to live, but yet, so many people waste time... not just moments of time, but sometimes days, weeks, and even longer!

When you are on your deathbed, no amount of money will add any significant, quality of life, time to your life.

Carpe Diem!  Seize the day!  Quit procrastinating!  Do something meaningful!

This weekend, this was in my fortune cookie:

A day is a span of time no one is wealthy enough to waste.

While nobody knows just how long they are going to live, it is always interesting to check your life expectancy on the Social Security, Actuarial Life Table.

Carpe Diem, and fill your days, my friends!

 

 

January 2021 Economic Impact Payments

If you have not yet received your January 2021 Economic Impact Payment, you can check the status at the link below:

https://sa.www4.irs.gov/irfof-wmsp/login

More information is available the the link below:

https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment

 

NOTE:

If you have not yet received your payment, all I can do is advise you to wait.  I have no access to additional information, and the IRS does not have any additional information beyond what's available on their website.  Unfortunately, many people have yet to receive their payments.  There is nothing you can do at this point, but to wait.

Tax Filing Season opens February 12, 2021

The 2021 tax filing season for Tax Year 2020 does not open until February 12, 2021.  As such, I am not meeting with individual clients for tax appointments before February 12, 2021.  I am; however, meeting with corporate clients, bookkeeping clients, and other business clients now so that we can finalize whatever is necessary to complete and file your business tax returns on time.  Should you have any questions, please contact me.  Thank you!

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/2021-tax-filing-season-begins-feb-12-irs-outlines-steps-to-speed-refunds-during-pandemic