The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted most economic sectors worldwide prompting governments to enact emergency stimulus measures to help businesses navigate the situation.
The IRS recently issued guidance that will impact taxable income and tax liabilities for the majority of businesses who received PPP loans.
Borrowers (and affiliates) that have PPP Loans of $2 million or greater should be prepared to provide additional information to SBA. (authored by RSM US LLP)
On Wednesday, July 1, the House passed Senate Bill S.4416 by unanimous consent. The bill, which extends the timeline to apply for PPP funds through August 8, 2020, is headed to the President’s desk for signature.
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 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.
On June, 5, 2020, President Trump signed the PPP Flexibility Act of 2020 into law. Learn the major changes and what it may mean for your business.
If your business didn’t qualify for or secure a PPP loan, there are several other tax benefits provided by the CARES Act. Here we’re going to take a closer look at some of the most advantageous programs available.