The first coronavirus bill, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), was signed into law on March 18, 2020. The FFCRA offers a number of relief measures for businesses and individuals impacted by COVID-19. The bill’s effects expire on December 31, 2020. Continue reading “Straight Facts—No Fluff—About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act”
Businesses nationwide are temporarily closing up shop and seeing a decline in sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With so many businesses struggling during this time, the government passed legislation to help businesses bounce back.
One legislation that recently passed to help support and relieve small businesses during the coronavirus crisis is the CARES Act. Read on to learn all about what the CARES Act has in store for you.
One of the coronavirus small business relief measures comes in the form of employer tax credits. There are two groups of refundable coronavirus tax credits available for employers: 1) COVID-19-related tax credits for paid leave and 2) Employee Retention Credit. Continue reading “Coronavirus Payroll Tax Credits for Employers”
Updates for Businesses & Employees
The information in this article is current as of April 24, 2020, 2:02 p.m. EST; items in bold were added at this time. As new details about the pandemic and coronavirus-related legislation emerges, this article will be updated. Bookmark this page for updates!
Our entire nation has been impacted by the coronavirus. Due to the quick spread of the virus, the economy has taken a hit. Business operations nationwide, particularly in small businesses, have been disrupted. Increased isolation means consumers aren’t buying and employees aren’t coming into work. To combat the effects of the virus, the government is working to pass legislation that would provide businesses and workers with financial relief. Continue reading “Small Business Relief During Coronavirus Pandemic”
Offering employees the opportunity to contribute to a retirement plan is a benefit many for-profit businesses provide. But, what about nonprofits? If you run a nonprofit with 501(c)(3) status, you can offer your employees a 403(b) retirement plan. Continue reading “403(b) Retirement Plan: Option for Nonprofits”
From state-mandated stay-at-home orders to stimulus packages, there’s a lot changing because of the coronavirus.
We know you want answers fast. That’s why we’ve put together the following list of coronavirus facts and small business resources.
Businesses big and small are changing up operations due to federal and state coronavirus-related mandates. One thing small businesses must legally do is offer paid leave to employees impacted by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Continue reading “Coronavirus Paid Leave: Q&A for Employers”
Has your business slowed or completely shuttered operations because of the coronavirus? If so, you can take solace in the fact that there are both federal and state initiatives to fall back on. Continue reading “State-by-state Coronavirus Guidelines: Tax Relief & Unemployment Updates”
Small business retirement plans are great benefits that encourage employees to start saving for life after the workforce. Do you offer your employees retirement plan options? If you do, you may be impacted by the SECURE Act of 2019. So, what is the SECURE Act? Continue reading “What Is the SECURE Act, and What Does it Do for Your Small Business?”