Reading Time: 2 minutes As we reported back in May in a previous blog post (IRS Will Disallow Deductions Related to Forgiven Loans Under the Paycheck Protection Program), the IRS stated in Notice 2020-32 that no deduction would be allowed for expenses that result in the forgiveness of a PPP loan. While this appears to be contrary to.
Reading Time: 2 minutes On Monday, the IRS and Treasury announced it will allow certain businesses the ability to take a deduction for elective entity-level (partnerships and S corporations) income taxes (IRS notice N 20-75). Several states have implemented entity-level income taxes as a way to circumvent the $10,000 cap on the state and local tax deduction for.
Reading Time: 3 minutes For many borrowers, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan periods have now either ended or are well underway. With this milestone sparks interest in learning what expenses can be forgiven, as well as how to apply for forgiveness. Here are a few items to consider regarding ppp loan forgiveness. When Should You Apply? Right.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Small businesses and other eligible organizations/individuals still have an opportunity to obtain a potentially forgivable Paycheck Protection Program loan to help fund their payroll costs and certain non-payroll costs (i.e. mortgage interest, rent and utilities) during this time of economic uncertainty. While there is still $129 Billion of funds available in the Paycheck Protection.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today, the President signed into law the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020. The provisions of the new bill significantly modify the Paycheck Protection Program and give borrowers greater flexibility in using loan proceeds as well as obtaining loan forgiveness. The new provisions include the following: Extension of the covered period from.