“We don’t get fooled again!” are the lyrics and namesake of the 1970 song by Rock n’ Roll band The Who, and 50 years later, they are still words to live by in today’s chaotic environment. With all of the distractions brought on by the pandemic comes a golden
Get Ready, But Be Patient “When should I apply for PPP loan forgiveness?” That’s a question many anxious borrowers are asking themselves, and wondering if now is the right time, or if they’d be better off waiting. In this particular instance, the age-old saying of “hurry up and wait” may
A new bill, the Prioritized Paycheck Protection Program (P4) Act, was introduced in the Senate on June 18, and if it becomes law, it will allow certain small businesses to apply for a second Paycheck Protection Program loan (PPP). The PPP – which offers loans that can amount to as
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act was signed into law last Friday, and it reduces the amount of PPP money that must be spent on payroll costs to qualify for forgiveness from 75% to 60%. One of the concerns that remained after the passage of the PPP Flexibility
Barnes Dennig is dedicated to helping you identify opportunities, options and strategies to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Visit our COVID-19 Advisory Services Page here to learn more. The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed in the Senate in the evening of March 25, 2020.
With the estate and gift tax exemption at $11.58 million ($23.16 million for a married couple), there are fewer people that are exposed to the federal estate and gift tax. However, unbeknownst to many, the $11.58 million exemption (indexed for inflation) will be retired in 2025 and go back to