- Reduce Expenses:
- Increase Revenue:
- Collect Past-Due Bills
- Rely on Credit Lines
- Negotiate with Suppliers
- Look to the Government for Help
- Look After Employees
- Convert Production
- Buying (from) Competitors
- Plan for the Aftermath
The source – for more details –
A lot of people have been wondering about the details. If they have to do anything to make sure they get their checks etc. It has been a bit slow but the details have been coming out.
Continue reading “About the Direct Stimulus Payments to Individuals:”
This page will list some resources and info to help you figure out how to replace some of your lost income.
Continue reading “Some Useful Info for Self Employed People Needing Income during this Crisis”
It sounds like loans may be available very soon, maybe this or next week
Steven Mnuchin said: “Any FDIC bank, any credit union, any fintech lender will be authorized to make these loans” to a small business subject to certain approvals.
Continue reading “Stimulus for Small Business”
Guidance is beginning to become available. I plan to highlight some of it on this page and update as more comes out
Continue reading “Some Guidance for Employers about Covid Sick and Family Leave”
For companies to help keep their workforce employed:
Continue reading “Some relevant details about the $2 Trillion Virus Rescue Bill that is expected to be passed this week:”
- A tax credit for companies that retain employees even if they’ve been mandated to close or seen a significant drop-off in business.
- Can defer some employer-side payroll tax payments until 2022.
The IRS has published details about the Special Relief being offered in response to the Covid 19 Outbreak. The following is a synopsis that may be helpful but should not be relied on as authoritative.
Most important: The Payment Deadline has been Extended to July 15, 2020 for Federal Income taxes that would e normal been due on April 15, 2020.
Continue reading “Details about the Covid 19 Relief for Income Taxes”
President Trump announced today that he has ” instructed the Treasury Department and IRS to extend the April 15, 2020 deadline for filing federal income tax returns for those affected by Corona virus.” Since an automatic 6 month extension is and has been available this is not really of drastic import but he also said he would direct the Treasury to “defer tax payments without interest or penalties for certain individuals and businesses negatively impacted.” That is probably the big news in this.
Here is an article in CPA Advisor about it. They say they will be updating this page as more info becomes available so be sure to check back.
And here is another article in Accounting Today
There is a new W4 Form for 2020. It is not required for existing employees and employers should continue to use the existing withholding allowances and filing status for employees that filled out the old form. But for those employees you hire after 12/31/2019, and for any employees who wants to adjust their withholding, the 2020 version is the only valid Form W-4.
Continue reading “New W4 for 2020”
This tax season saw an avalanche of extension requests.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act played a major role but it wasn’t the only factor.
Continue reading “2018 Set a record for Extensions filed”