Over the past two weeks, we’ve published a five-part series on navigating various virus relief programs, from minimizing the risk of virus license litigation to avoiding the pitfalls of Credit Protection Program loan forgiveness. Paychecks.
Each installment brings you up to date on the latest news on a particular topic, offers insights and analysis from attorneys and tax professionals, and provides a list of quick answers, tools, client letters, forms, and webinars to order to help you get to the heart of what you need to know quickly.
Here’s how to catch up on what you’ve missed
In Part 1 of this series, What you need to know to avoid the pitfalls of PPP loan forgivenessWe look at recent guidance from the Small Business Administration on PPP loans and what businesses should be aware of, even if they aren’t ready to apply for forgiveness yet.
And in Part 2, Answers to your company’s questions about Covid retirement changesWe spoke with advisors about their clients’ decisions around the CARES Act changes to 401(k) plans.
part 3, How banks and companies can minimize the risks of PPP litigation, broke down what businesses need to know, and then turned to a list of useful information for lenders. Both sections include expert insights and practical guidance from Bloomberg Law.
In part 4, Avoiding Coronavirus License Litigation, Accessing Your Tax Benefits, we look at the litigation risk employers could face if they get it wrong. In addition to expert insights, we have a long list of quick answers and tools to help you find answers, as well as a flowchart to help you navigate that first important question: Who must provide the FFCRA license?
In Part 5, What businesses need to know about the election year stimulus strategy, we spoke with Henrietta Treyz of Veda Partners, known for her ability to clearly distill events on Capitol Hill, about her expectations between now and January. We look at the path to another stimulus package, a forecast for avoiding a government shutdown, and what businesses should expect if Joe Biden wins the presidency.
To learn more about how the project came to be, listen this week’s episode of talking about taxes.