Category Archives: Accounting

COVID-19 Employer Payroll Tax Deferral UPDATED

Updated 06/05/2020   SBA PPP Loan Forgiveness recipients, upon Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act becoming law, can now defer the employer share of Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes incurred through the end of the year.  Previously, SBA PPP Loan recipients … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Congress Makes PPP Loan Forgiveness A Bit Easier!

Last week, on May 27, 2020 the House passed legislation, Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act, H.R. 7010, loosening the requirements for PPP loan forgiveness.  Yesterday, the Senate, while not in full session, unanimously consented to the House version of the … Continue reading

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COVID-19 SBA PPP Legislative Update

Changing the PPP rules would be of great benefit across the board. Congress’ CARES Act was based on a two-month period. Congress did not anticipate or plan for many of the glitches and questions things that have unfolded since initial passage. Last week, … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Why Hasn’t My Friend Gotten Their Stimulus Check?

On April 16, 2020 we published The Corona Virus Version of Where’s My Refund which highlighted Just Asking for A Friend.  Today we publish Why Hasn’t My Friend Gotten Their Stimulus Check?   In case your friend is wondering where the … Continue reading

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#COVID-19 Still Some PPP Left

Word on the street is there remains $70 billion in SBA PPP funding. That first 349B$ April 3 was gone in a matter of several days. Near the end of April, it was replenished with 310B$. Plus, all the returns-the … Continue reading

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#COVID-19 PPP Loan Forgiveness and Furloughed Employees Part 3 of 3

You want them back but you really shouldn’t call or text. Give the furloughed employee a written Offer of Recall that documents: Return to work date. Terms of employment – Position, Supervisor, Responsibilities/Job description, Salary/hourly rate, Hours, and whether Exempt/Non-exempt … Continue reading

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#COVID-19 Employer Payroll Tax Deferral

“Section 2302 of the CARES Act provides that the payment and deposit of the employer’s share of the social security portion of FICA tax and the employer’s share of the social security portion of RRTA tax for deposits that are … Continue reading

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Keeping Track…of expenses. The first of a two-part series.

There are so many things we keep track of on a daily basis: bank balances, dogs, kids, and how much gas is in the tank.  But if you’re a business owner, you’re also tracking expenses. There’s two ways to dress … Continue reading

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Year-end To-do List.

Here’s a what to do before December 31st checklist to help you prepare for upcoming tax return preparation. REINFORCING THE BASICS. Keep in mind that the standard deduction is still increased resulting from the 2017 TCJA; therefore, you may or … Continue reading

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Form 1099-MISC – By the Box And More

It’s that time of year again when, as a business owner, you have to start thinking about 1099ing folks. There’s a lot to it but we’re going to think about it with you. REINFORCING THE BASICS. What is a Form … Continue reading

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