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LivenLuLu™ created by our talented client VeroDalla

https://www.livenlulu.com

Imagine a world where art is not only created by men and women but is also a transfiguration of human emotions and soul. LivenLuLu is emotion, LivenLuLu is unity, LivenLuLu is Universal.

I wanted to share the story of LivenLuLu. Roche Legal helped protecting the brand and the designs using Trademark and Copyright laws and advise VeroDalla on a daily basis to realize her projects.

From LivenLuLu.com website:

"A human being is who we are as a form of life, when the individual is this human being deformed by the filters of the society. The first filter will be gender. Whatever your color, your religion, your culture…we face gender-phobia everywhere. After the gender, the heavy racial discrimination. Studies show that children have no concept of racism…it is taught by the environment. After, we have religions…one more time. Completely created by individuals, whatever their reasons. At the same level, we will also find culture, which is a compilation of all complexities created…consolidate by history. After that you will also face social environment, professional field, handicaps, particular abilities, or whatever that will make others feel "different".

So our society in its integrity is created around filters. We have to deal with that every single day, in the simplest routine of our life.

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[VeroDalla] created a character design without exterior distinctive signs: no real gender, no color, no religion's reference, no social environment, no distinction, only the representation of the human being we are deeply inside. The LivenLuLu is here to remind us we are all human being before to be an individual of this society. By the movements [VeroDalla] express[es] emotions, they define who we are, since our life is dictated by those feelings. [VeroDalla] open[s] a dialogue between your true self as a human being, by touching a deep part of you and your individual side, in your daily life."

https://www.livenlulu.com

The IRS decided to extend the 2021 tax deadline for the 2020 individual tax returns from April 15, 2021 to May 17, 2021. Penalties and


interest will start May 18, 2021.

If you are owed a refund, we recommend you file your return as soon as possible. Refund can take up to 21 days if you file electronically. We can help!

The extension of the tax deadline is for Federal only. Each State will decide to follow the Federal tax deadline. You should consult your state tax department or your tax advisor for more information.

Information returns are due to the IRS at the beginning of each fiscal year. Whether you've made payments to


thirds parties or to employees, you might need to report these payments. Various forms exist (W-2, W-2G, 1042-S, 1094-C, 1095, 1097, 1098, 1099 1099-NEC, 3921, 3922, 5498, 8027) with various deadlines and rules. We focus this short article on information returns 1099.
As we approach January 31st, we are dealing with a new information return: Form 1099-NEC
As we approach January 31st, we are dealing with a new information return: Form 1099-NEC. NEC stands for Non-Employee Compensation. Typically, contractors paid during the fiscal year 2020 will receive a 1099-NEC.

As a payor, your duty to the IRS is to send a report 1099 with information regarding payments above $600 in the aggregate made to third parties during the year. The deadline is January 31, 2021, and on form 1099-NEC the IRS did not allow an extension to file (exceptions apply).

It is highly recommended you keep a copy of W-9s requested to your business partners during the course of the year. W-9s should be updated each fiscal year, so you can report the information accurately to the IRS.

Regarding the redesigned form 1099-MISC, and following the IRS instructions, the recipients should receive notice by January 31, 2021 and you must file the form with the IRS no later than February 28, 2021 (or March 31, 2021 if filing electronically). You might as well request a 30-day extension to file.

Failure to comply with the information reporting may trigger penalties.

Contact your legal/tax advisor for additional questions and to help you comply with the information returns this year.

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