The coronavirus has created unprecedented educational disruptions across the country – schools shifting online, closing, reopening for in-person classes, and then going back to an online format as the pandemic surges and recedes. Schools have also had to reconfigure classrooms and common spaces and reduce capacity to enable social distancing,
If you received a Form 1099-G for unemployment benefits in 2020, you should immediately verify that the amount reported matches the amount of benefits you received. There may be a variance, or you may have received a Form 1099-G showing unemployment benefits though you never filed an unemployment claim. Scammers
The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) signed into law this past December includes some key provisions that have generated a lot of attention and planning efforts such as around the PPP loans and Employee Retention Credit. However, there are a number of other smaller provisions that can have a significant impact
A qualified benefit plan is designed to help guard and protect an employee’s retirement benefits, whether that be a defined contribution, benefit, or health and welfare plan. Generally, most employee benefit plans with more than 100 eligible participants are required to submit an audited financial statement with their Form 5500.
Though virtually no industry remains untouched by the pandemic’s economic impact, live venue operators are among the hardest hit – and the latest round of COVID-19 relief funding includes special provisions to help them weather the storm. Relief is coming, with the Small Business Administration (SBA) expected to begin accepting
If you’re an early bird who likes to get your tax return filed as soon as possible, you’re going to have to wait a little longer this year: The IRS has announced the U.S. tax filing season will open on Friday, February 12, 2021 – 16 days later than in