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Stimulus Funds Debit Cards

GBE Clients, Some of you waiting on a paper check for stimulus funds may actually receive Debit Cards in the mail from the US Treasury office. A sample letter is attached for your reference. The letter will have instructions on how to activate the card, how to...

Information About Stimulus Checks

We are receiving numerous questions regarding stimulus checks. Just know that you’re not alone! If you have not received a direct deposit by now, either your income is too high to receive one, or you are likely set to receive a check by mail. If receiving by mail, the...

Thank You!

Whether you have been with us for over twenty years or just started working with our firm this tax season – we want to take a moment and say thank you. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. Thank you for trusting us with your taxes, investments, bookkeeping,...

Small Business Paycheck Protection Program

GBE Clients, Please see attached information and message below from the Seward County Chamber. We believe many, many of our small business clients (fewer than 500 employees) will be eligible for the Paycheck Protection Program. Takeaways from our early research on...

Identity theft during tax season

Tax Clients, Identity theft is a big problem, especially during tax filing season. Thieves use many phone and email scams to try and capture your personal information. Remember, the IRS does NOT send information to taxpayers through email and does not initiate audits...

State Dept of Revenue Letters

Letter Did you receive a letter from the NE Dept of Revenue or other state tax department where you live, titled 1099-G?  If so, you’re not alone. Why Did I Receive This Letter? Last year you received a state income tax refund and had itemized deductions. What Should...

Charitable Donations

The time for tax-effective charitable giving may be now. As previously mentioned, many of you may no longer have enough charitable giving to exceed the new Federal standard deduction ($12,200 per taxpayer). Please keep this in mind. Use Your IRA First (70 ½ and older)...