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- Merger & Acquisitions
- Business Transition Plans
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Update: Guidance released on August 28th clarified that taxes deferred must be withheld and remitted by employers ratably between 1/1/21 – 4/30/21. More information is available here. On August 28, 2020, the IRS issued Notice 2020-65 that provides some needed guidance for employers wondering whether and how to comply with the employee payroll tax deferral described in…
Over the past few months, taxpayers who have sent payments to the IRS have still been receiving balance due notices. This is due to an IRS backlog in processing mail because of COVID-19 related closures. In response to a letter from the chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee, the IRS is working to…
On August 8, 2020, President Trump issued an executive order which will allow deferral of certain payroll tax payments. This action only applies to employees who generally earn less than $4,000 per biweekly pay period (approximately $2,000 per week or $104,000 annually). Such an employee may temporarily defer their portion of Social Security tax (6.2%)….
Maryland and Virginia are holding sales tax holidays in the month of August. The “Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week” for 2020 is Sunday, August 9 – Saturday, August 15. Virginia is holding its annual sales tax holiday on August 7-9, 2020. See below for more details. Maryland: Dates: August 9-15 Items Included: Qualifying apparel and footwear…
Although the legal form of the PPP loan is debt, some believe the loan is, in substance, a government grant. This has caused confusion on how borrowers should account for the loans under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). There is no guidance in existing GAAP that specifically addresses the accounting for forgivable loans obtained from,…
On June 29, 2020 the IRS confirmed that the July 15th tax deadline will not be pushed off again. Taxpayers who will not be able to file their returns by this date should file automatic extensions. However, taxpayers that will owe taxes will still need to pay by July 15th, or face penalties and interest….