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  1. Whew! We’re moving on from the PPP loan blog series to dispensing knowledge about the Employee Retention Credit. Hello IRS! With all of the changes and tax time approaching ~2 months away, I hope you’re ready to go. If you haven’t already filed, here is some information that’s about two weeks old, so grab a cup of coffee as we dive into a summary of this credit. This credit is designed to make it easier for businesses that chose to keep employees on their payroll through all the challenges that COVID-19 brought and is still brining. For those of you who kept your employees, thank you
  2. We ended Part 3 of this blog series with “Second Draw PPP Loan Application and Documentation Requirements”. As this second draw is being distributed, the rules are changing. I encourage you to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. You may also contact me if you would prefer to have a conversation with someone outside the government. My contact information is at the bottom of this post. Beginning Part 4, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: For Second Draw PPP Loans of $150,000 or Less, Rev
  3. We ended Part 3 of this blog series with “Second Draw PPP Loan Application and Documentation Requirements”. As this second draw is being distributed, the rules are changing. I encourage you to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. You may also contact me if you would prefer to have a conversation with someone outside the government. My contact information is at the bottom of this post. Beginning Part 4, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: For Second Draw PPP Loans of $150,000 or Less, Rev
  4. We ended Part 2 of this blog series with “Calculation of Average Monthly Payroll Costs for NAICS Code 72 Entities That Qualify as Seasonal Employers or as New Entities:” This is another great reason to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. Beginning Part 3, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: “Bankruptcy Prevents Borrowers from Receiving a Second Draw PPP Loan:” The Interim Final Rules (IFR) state that if your business is in bankruptcy, you will not be approved for a PPP loan. Congress ga
  5. We ended Part 2 of this blog series with “Calculation of Average Monthly Payroll Costs for NAICS Code 72 Entities That Qualify as Seasonal Employers or as New Entities:” This is another great reason to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. Beginning Part 3, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: “Bankruptcy Prevents Borrowers from Receiving a Second Draw PPP Loan:” The Interim Final Rules (IFR) state that if your business is in bankruptcy, you will not be approved for a PPP loan. Congress ga
  6. Hi, Natalie here. We ended Part 1 of this blog with the SBA’s definition of gross receipts which is consistent with SBA’s size regulation 13C.F.R. 121.104. This is another great reason to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. Beginning Part 2, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: “Any Forgiveness Amount” of a First Draw PPP Loan is Excluded from a Borrower’s Gross Receipts.” Simply stated, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Forgiveness amounts from your first draw PPP loan are not inc
  7. Hi, Natalie here. We ended Part 1 of this blog with the SBA’s definition of gross receipts which is consistent with SBA’s size regulation 13C.F.R. 121.104. This is another great reason to check out the SBA’s website www.sba.gov or go to your local SBA office for additional information. Beginning Part 2, we start with expanding on this rule from the New PPP Regulations: “Any Forgiveness Amount” of a First Draw PPP Loan is Excluded from a Borrower’s Gross Receipts.” Simply stated, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Forgiveness amounts from your first draw PPP loan are not inc
  8. I'm so sorry to hear this but I'm glad you're making a good recovery!
  9. Hi, Natalie here. There is wealth of information to clear up confusion about the new regulations regarding PPP loans. There will probably be changes, so this is summary is based on the best information currently available. Before you take action, I encourage you to check for updated rules and make sure you are fully informed before signing any paperwork. As with any government program, there are a lot of details that need to be understood. So this may be spread out over two-to-three blogs, as my goal is to deliver this information in bite-sized chunks. For additional information, I sugges
  10. Hi, Natalie here. There is wealth of information to clear up confusion about the new regulations regarding PPP loans. There will probably be changes, so this is summary is based on the best information currently available. Before you take action, I encourage you to check for updated rules and make sure you are fully informed before signing any paperwork. As with any government program, there are a lot of details that need to be understood. So this may be spread out over two-to-three blogs, as my goal is to deliver this information in bite-sized chunks. For additional information, I sugges
  11. You're absolutely right about that. I'll keep posting new information from the accounting community as it becomes available. We're all rallying together to make it as easy to understand as possible.
  12. This is all very well said. Even with how tough this year has been, if I look at what was accomplished this year it shows many steps in the right direction. Helping shops financially survive and make it to 2021 has been one of the greatest and most humbling experiences of this year.
  13. The new 5,500+ page Covid Relief Bill is massive, and it will take many weeks to digest everything included in the legislation. Here's what we know about business relief and PPP funds: There is now streamlined forgiveness for PPP loans under $150K. This is a significant development for many so check with your lender about how they want that now to be handled. There is also now an additional $284B in PPP funding for impacted businesses to access. More on this in days to come...
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    With the end of 2020 fast approaching, we’re going to look at annual financial reports. Your shop’s financial report is being prepared and there are some steps for you to take. There are also steps you can take to prepare for a solid start to the new year.
  15. As you plan for your giving budget in this holiday season, remember that THIS YEAR ONLY (per the CARES Act), you can take the standard deduction, as well as up to $300 of cash donations. It has to be cash though, and it's up to $300 per return, so if you file jointly, it's still only $300. (Since most people use the new higher standard deduction, charitable giving is not deductible. But this year, you can claim up to $300 on top of that standard deduction.)

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