Employee Social Security 6.2% Tax Deferral 9/1/20 to 12/31/20 UPDATE by Sandra O’Connor

The Treasury and the IRS have finally released guidance today on the deferral of the employee’s share of Social Security taxes pursuant to President Trump’s August 8, 2020, Presidential Memorandum. As you know from our last post, the…

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Employee Payroll Tax Deferral 9/1/2020 to 12/31/2020 by Mike Noon

What you need to know or what we don’t know?  The President’s Executive Order came out on August 8, 2020 with the following: Employee only paycheck of social security 6.2% tax can be deferred between 9/1/2020 and 12/31/2020.…

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Expensing Employee Tuition by Sally Thrapp

When an employee is looking to go back to school or needs to in order to stay in their profession, their company can pay for that education, which can then be expensed. But is that income taxable for…

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Canceling IRS & CA FTB 2019 Electronic Withdrawal Payments Setup

To stop IRS and CA 2019 payments already setup, call 2 business days prior: IRS: 888-353-4537, open 24/7 CA FTB: 916-845-0353, open 8am to 4:30pm If used credit card to pay, call payment processor.

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Payroll Protection Program Loans are Different than the SBA Disaster Loans, by Mike Noon

To clarify, the CARES Act $350B business Payroll Protection Program loans are different than the SBA Disaster Loans, 2 completely different loans and applications. Check with your bank regarding the CARES Act business Payroll Protection Program loans. Banks…

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COVID-19 Recovery Rebate Checks, by Mike Noon

Who is eligible for a recovery rebate? All U.S. residents or citizens with adjusted gross income under $75,000 ($112,500 for head of household and $150,000 married), who are not the dependent of another taxpayer and have a work-eligible Social…

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S-Corporation Owner Eligible for Unemployment Benefits, by Mike Noon

If you are an S-Corporation owner that is on payroll and you have taken a significant hit regarding COVID-19, fire yourself and file a claim for unemployment. Here’s the rules from CA EDD: Thus, whenever an individual who…

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COVID-19 $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill Passed, by Mike Noon

This morning, the House of Representatives approved the historic $2 trillion stimulus package that passed the Senate earlier this week and the President just signed the bill.  The bill approved by the House is the same as the…

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Business Owner Survival Amid COVID-19, by Mike Noon

Dear Business Owners, I know COVID-19 emails and information is everywhere, but I wanted to communicate what I believe will be key to surviving these uncertain times.  You are all entrepreneurs and I know you have what it…

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New mandated employer-paid benefits coronavirus bill, by Mike Noon

On March 18, 2020, the President signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201) to provide immediate relief to individuals and employers. Below is a summary of the key employer-paid sick leave and employer-paid family leave benefits,…

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