Good News for Small Business Owners Regarding the PPP

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On Friday, June 5, the new Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 was signed. This new legislation amends the Small Business Act and the CARES Act. The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility provides PPP borrowers with more flexibility on PPP loan forgiveness. Here are some of the highlights: Gives borrowers the option to extend the “covered period” for loan forgiveness from … Read More

Are PPP Loans going to be Taxable Income?

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A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation on May 6 to enable small businesses to deduct their expenses even if they have received a loan from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Protection Program that was later forgiven. On April 30, the IRS issued a notice that said small businesses couldn’t deduct these expenses and that no tax deduction is allowed … Read More

The big mistake newly remote businesses are making

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There is one all-too-common mistake that firms are making right now: trying to replicate their existing communication practices across their newly distributed team. A video conferencing solution such as Zoom is brilliant for replacing in-person meetings, and instant messaging tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams can be useful for hashing something out quickly or as a virtual ‘water-cooler’. However, these … Read More