Tennessee Businesses Find Relief In COVID Tax Deductions

As Tennessee Prepares To Send Out An Additional $45 Million In Federal Coronavirus Relief To Small Businesses Before The End Of The Year, Those Businesses Should Know They Won’t Be Taxed On Any Relief That Comes As Part Of The State’s Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant (SERG) Program.

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Proposed TN Law Protects Citizens from Violent Protesters

Final Budget Negotiations Have Tennessee Legislators Reviving A Bill That Will Upgrade Charges Against Protestors And Will Allow Immunity In Certain Situations For Drivers Who Run Over Protestors.

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Tennessee House Passes Measure To Make COVID Relief Tax Deductible For Businesses

Some Tennessee Businesses Could Receive More COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance After A Bill That Would Exempt Relief Funds From State Taxes Unanimously Passed The House On Monday Night.

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TennCare Fraud Cases On The Rise

In March Alone, There Were Six Separate Cases Of Tenncare Fraud Reported In Tennessee. This Number Is Up From Only One Case In February And Another Single Case In January. The March Cases Involve Offenders All Across Tennessee And From Other States Including New Hampshire And Georgia.

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House Republicans Push Legislation Forward to Protect First Responders

Tennessee House Republicans Push Stringent Bills To Increase Penalties For Those Who Harm First Responders As They Perform Their Official Duties.

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Legislation Seeks To Better Equip Tennessee’s Volunteer Firefighters

Several Proposals Currently Being Considered By The Tennessee Senate Aim To Provide Some Needed Benefits To Volunteer Firefighters In The State.

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