COVID-19 News and Updates
If you are a construction contractor, you have most likely read numerous articles describing the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on your business. At this writing, Dodge Data & Analytics lists 233 “Virus vs. Construction” stories on its website.
Many taxpayers face unique circumstances which need to be taken into consideration when determining the best course of action for resolving tax issues. Robbin Caruso presents options to a taxpayer facing loss of her tax refund in the midst of the nationwide pandemic in this Accounting Today article by Roger Russell: Click Here.
Join Us for a webinar on Tuesday, May 5 at 2pm ET/11am PT with Partners who specialize in Tax Controversy, E. Martin Davidoff, CPA, Esq. and Robbin Caruso, CPA, CGMA.
Please Click here for a detailed listing of the key features, eligibility requirements and application details of relief resources provided by the CARES Act to assist businesses who have been adversely affected by the coronavirus.
The IRS recently paused tax collection activities in response to the coronavirus. Click here to read Marty’s and Robbin’s insight into what this means for those in IRS payment agreements in this recent Accounting Today article by Roger Russell: Read More.
Estate, Gift, and Income Tax Planning in the Time of COVID-19: A Primer for Families and Their Closely-Held Businesses
Covid-19 has unleashed an emotional, physical and financial assault on all of us. We are all part of the whole; but understandably, we also see the world from our own perspectives.
We have all fallen. We had a daily routine – we went to work at the office and met face to face with our team, clients, or prospects. Now, however, we work hard just to keep up our spirits and morale while working from home
During the past few weeks, as businesses have shifted to remote working and financial markets have become more volatile, high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth clients have contacted us with a number of questions. They want to know the current status of their net worth and how they should respond, if at all. For example:
Many have asked what the government has done for medium-sized businesses. On April 9, 2020, details were released by the US Treasury for a $600 billion loan program for businesses with up to 10,000 employees