Dent Moses Managing Partner, Mike Baker, led a thoughtful and insightful conversation with Mitchell Greggs of Maynard Cooper and Joe Daniel of Streamline CXO about the current issues around returning to the workplace post-COVID.
As you can imagine, the new $1.9 trillion COVID Relief Legislation covers a lot of ground. Here are the provisions that we believe will be of greatest interest to you:
Employee Retention Tax Credit- Understanding changes made by the Credit Consolidated Appropriations Act You may have seen or read about the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) that was introduced with the CARES Act and clarified by the recent Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA). The short version is, if your business was shut down or severely impaired…
Late on January 6th, the SBA issued 120 pages of guidance in the form of Interim Final Rules. The revised application for Paycheck Protection Program Part 2 was released on January 8th.
The SBA will begin taking applications on January 11th although only new borrowers in underserved communities will have access today and tomorrow. On Wednesday, January 13th, all eligible entities nationwide will be able to apply.
Join Dent Moses Managing Partner, Mike Baker, as he discusses Net Operating Losses and Qualified Improvement Property around the CARES Act. Watch Now.
Lawmakers finally ended months of negotiations to agree on a $900 billion Covid stimulus package. The bill is referred to as “The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021”. Changes to the PPP program included in the stimulus package include:
Most banks have opened their PPP Forgiveness online portals and many clients are ready to apply for forgiveness of PPP loans. We are here to help. Our tax and accounting advisors have spent the past 8 months following the PPP loan program as it was enacted, funded, and went through a series of changes over…
Join Dent Moses Managing Director, Mike Baker as he discusses this new guidance. Late last Friday, August 28, 2020, the IRS issued guidance on President Trump’s payroll tax deferral memorandum.
The IRS is working through a backlog of paper-filed 2019 tax returns, checks, and correspondence resulting from a COVID-19 related shutdown in mid-March. It has been reported that the IRS had as much as 12 million pieces of unopened mail waiting to be processed.
Join Mike Baker as he discusses occupational tax issues related to COVID-19 and remote work. One addition to video content – The city of Bessemer also has an occupational tax.