It’s something every business owner hates to hear - your customer filed for bankruptcy. In this video, we’re going to provide information about the bankruptcy process to help you with your recovery efforts.
Although the deadline for filing 2019 taxes may have just passed in July, it's already time to think about your 2020 taxes. By looking at your tax situation now, you’ll be able to better plan and implement strategies to minimize your future tax liabilities.
Starting with the second quarter of 2020, employers will have to use the newly revised Form 941, the Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return. This revised form enables employers to report wages, credits and deferrals related to the CARES Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Watch now to learn about the changes to the form.
As your company grows, the need for greater experience and more sophistication in accounting and finance will also grow. If your company is facing the question of whether or not to hire a full-time CFO, you might want to consider a fractional CFO instead. In this video, we explore the benefits of having a fractional CFO.
On June 5th, the president signed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 into law, which among other things, helps borrowers maximize their potential for loan forgiveness. Here's a great video that covers the major provisions of the new law.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve authorized the establishment of the Main Street Lending Program which will provide up to $600 billion of loans to small and medium-sized businesses. Watch this video for an overview of how this new program may help your business.
The increased use of collaboration and cloud technologies have enabled employees to stay productive while working from home, but have also increased the risk of phishing attacks, online fraud and cyber attacks. In this short video, we will provide 7 steps to protecting yourself and your company.
On March 27th, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, was signed into law to provide much-needed help to both businesses and individuals. Watch this short video to learn more about the Act.
The CARES Act provides $349 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program. This program provides emergency loans to small businesses and nonprofits, is 100% guaranteed by the SBA, and contains a provision to forgive the debt. In this video, we'll outline the specifics of the program.
On March 18th, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was passed. This act provides assistance to employees affected by the spread of the Coronavirus, while providing tax credits to employers to help cover the costs. Here's a short video that explains the changes.
Many businesses, especially small businesses, don't have the financial resources to withstand a prolonged period of low sales due to the Coronavirus. Here's a great video on emergency relief from the SBA.