The familiar saying “failing to plan is a plan for failure” is spot on, especially for construction companies facing a transition in leadership. Without enough time to plan for the owner’s exit, any of the following scenarios can easily lead to a construction company in chaos.
Over the past several weeks, there has been a lot of attention regarding the tax provisions and federal loan programs such as the Paycheck Protection Program included in the CARES Act.
On June 19, 2020, the IRS issued Notice 2020-50 that expands the categories of individuals eligible for plan distributions and plan loans under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
New guidance released on June 22, 2020, provides businesses with information on when they are able to apply for loan forgiveness, caps on employee-owner compensation, and some clarification on excepted employees in FTE calculations.
On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, the IRS issued a notice clarifying the recent waiver of required minimum distributions (RMD) from retirement plans in 2020.
As the leader of your construction company, how much time have you spent envisioning your retirement, or the process leading up to it?
On Tuesday, June 16th, Treasury and the SBA released updated PPP loan forgiveness applications, including an alternative EZ application that is designed to simplify the process for those who meet certain criteria.
The SBA recently released guidance on two major issues in the PPP Flexibility Act. The first addresses the PPP Flexibility Act's adoption of a 24-week covered period, in lieu of an 8-week covered period, regarding payroll.
Even when the economy isn’t closed due to a pandemic, many employers find meeting their contribution obligations to their employer-sponsored retirement plans a challenge to honor.
On May 28, the Treasury and the IRS released final regulations (T.D. 9898) updating information reporting regulations under section 6033 that are generally applicable to organizations exempt from tax under section 501(a).