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by Kimbarley A. Williams   New rules allowing employers to post retirement plan disclosures online or deliver them to employees by email or smartphone could save companies an estimated $3.2 billion in printing and mailing costs. The “Default Electronic Disclosure by Employee Pension Benefit Plans under ERISA”, which was released by the federal Department of […]

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by David J. Manbeck For nonprofits struggling to stay afloat and pay staff amid the COVID-19-induced economic shutdown, the recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides needed relief. From reimbursing nonprofits for employee payroll and healthcare costs to helping with unemployment cost, the CARES Act assists in the following five key […]

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Dealer Alert: COVID-19 Action Plan

03-28-2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, dealers large and small are faced with tough decisions and an overwhelming volume of information to interpret and prioritize in order to survive. Laws are adopted rapidly and information changes daily. Over the past few weeks, three separate packages were approved by Congress and signed by President Trump to offer a […]

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by J. Gregory Hamm, JD, CPA With most businesses in the country forced to close their doors due to the coronavirus, President Trump today signed the roughly $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act designed to keep companies and individuals financially afloat. Lawmakers wanted the stimulus package to help workers and their […]

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The IRS extended the due date for tax return filings and tax return payments for 2019 tax returns due on April 15, 2020 by 90 days. The announcement came on March 20, 2020, just two days after the IRS originally announced that only payments would be deferred. The updated guidelines provide that taxpayers may defer filing and payments until July 15, 2020 without penalties or interest being calculated.

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As seen in NerdWallet: How the IRS Knows If You Cheat on Your Taxes

02-26-2020

NerdWallet article published February 24, 2020   As Boyer & Ritter’s Donna Mullin explains in this NerdWallet article, she’s seen clients get notices for very small amounts. But two things can help avoid the headache. Read the full article: How the IRS Knows If You Cheat on Your Taxes  

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PPP Loan Forgiveness Workbook

With this download, you will receive a total of 4 documents. Two simplified and two average, one for weekly and one for monthly/semi-monthly. Use the document that works best for your company.