Reading Time: 2 minutes With the first quarter of 2020 coming to a close, businesses should consider the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) as they begin to prepare their quarterly payroll tax filing (Form 941). As a reminder, the ERC is a refundable payroll tax credit and is now available even if the business took a Paycheck Protection Program.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), signed by President Biden on March 11, 2021, is the latest major legislation that provides economic relief and stimulus, both tax and non-tax, during the Covid-19 pandemic. Below are brief summaries of the key aspects of the business tax provisions in ARPA. Payroll tax credits The.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Department of Treasury and the Small Business Administration have released new updated applications for the Paycheck Protection Program (“First Draw”) loan as well as for the new (“Second Draw”) loan. The new applications reflect the changes from the recently enacted Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. The SBA has announced that they will begin accepting.
Reading Time: 4 minutes On Monday, December 21st, Congress passed a stimulus package providing $900B of COVID-19 relief provisions. While the massive bill includes a host of provisions and tax extenders, below is a summary of some of the more relevant provisions to closely-held businesses including long awaited clarification on the deductibility of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
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.