Business issues and challenges for restaurants range from maintaining agile business operations to addressing a tight labor market.
The use of an “Employee Hardship and Disaster Relief Fund Program” is one way to get money donated by members out to employees quickly and tax-free. This article explores the eligibility requirements clubs need to meet to ensure the funds can qualify as tax-exempt distributions,
Rev. Proc. 2021-33 allows exclusion of PPP, restaurant revitalization and shuttered venue operator grants from ERTC gross receipts test.
The unemployment rate for leisure and hospitality, 10.1 percent, is nearly twice the national average. However, there are Help Wanted signs everywhere and a bountiful number of job postings. How are private clubs responding to this challenge?
With preserving liquidity and slowing cash burn top of mind for hotel owners and operators, the nominal investment in technology and reimagining of staffing has been an initiative for hotels in survival mode. Hotel operators need to make strategic decisions in these areas.
Most state and local governments have been lifting COVID-19 restrictions, leaving club management wondering how and if they still qualify for the ERC, especially in the quarter that restrictions are lifted.
While many clubs have gifting programs that are not tax advantaged, this article focuses on some typical club foundations that provide an incentive to their members to get involved in various initiatives that qualify for favorable tax treatment by the IRS.
The American Rescue Plan Act (the Act) s provides a number of items to help aid economic recovery out of the coronavirus pandemic. Read on for a summary of the Act's provisions.
SBA releases draft application as well as a program guide for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Potential applicants should review the resources and prepare to apply.
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund is coming – SBA website soon to be operational – applicants should be ready.