The U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have delayed the deadline to file and pay federal tax payments until July 15, 2020. However, caveats apply and taxes owed at the local and state levels may vary.
We are ready to assist you in understanding how these changes impact your tax scenario. Give your CPA a call or email to learn more. Or tune in to upcoming webinars – please see below for the latest information.
Your team at SKR+CO is closely monitoring business recovery resources as they become available, as well as posting resource links and guides below. For your convenience, we have created a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness team to assist with calculating FTE, salaries and other items tied to loan forgiveness.
There are a lot of moving parts in these unprecedented times. We’re here for you to figure out what makes sense for you, your business and your employees.
We are open for business, albeit mostly virtually!
We are doing our part to slow the spread. With the exception of a few staff to process mail and continue operations, our staff is working remotely.
We are available during regular business hours to serve you, with in-person meetings — requiring proper facial coverings — on a primarily appointment-only basis.
We’re in this together. Please see below for more details on our operations during this time.
Stockman Kast Ryan + Co is hosting a complimentary webinar series. Our goal is to provide insight, reassurance and guidance on key developments surrounding unplanned closures and business disruptions, particularly as they relate to business taxation, accounting and business advising. Each webinar has unique access information, thus requiring participants to register for each webinar separately. *Information is subject to change, ask your trusted advisor for clarifications.*
On June 3, 2020, Congress passed changes on how the PPP Loan forgiveness works, providing highly-anticipated relief to many borrowers. Tune-in to this 30-minute briefing to understand what the latest developments mean for your business. In addition to hearing from Tax Partner Jordan Empey, our PPP Loan Support team will answer questions live via our virtual chat.
The SBA released their first round of final guidance on how the PPP loan forgiveness program will work, further clarifying common questions loan recipients have been asking. Tune in for the latest information presented by Jordan Empey, CPA.
You received a PPP loan, now what do you need to know about tracking expenses, loan forgiveness, cash flow and new tax deadlines.
The first round of PPP loans have been issued and the eight-week count-down has begun. This webinar will discuss important planning approaches to budgeting and tracking for loan forgiveness, as well as discuss the Self-Employment PPP applications
This webinar will review the information currently available regarding forgiveness of the Paycheck Protection Program loans. We will have area experts in banking (Tony Leveque, Central Bank & Trust), accounting (Jordan Empey, SKR+CO) and law (Bo Anderson, SBBO Law) on our panel to help answer any questions you might have regarding how forgiveness works.
Tying it all together: taxation, cash flow projections and financial analysis are essential components in business recovery efforts. Join this webinar to learn more on how to protect your business during an active recovery stage and prepare for the future.
Phase Three of the congressional response to COIVID-19, The CARES Act is a $2+ trillion relief effort that include immediate cash relief for individual citizens; a broad lending program for small business; and, targeted relief for hard-hit industries.
Downtown Partnership and SKR+CO will cover important federal and local COVID-19 relief options for businesses. This webinar will focus on the unique needs of restaurants, bars, salons, retail and other small businesses impacted by stay-at-home orders and business interruptions.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), became law on March 18, 2020. The Act guarantees free testing for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), establishes emergency paid sick leave, expands family and medical leave, enhances unemployment insurance, expands food security initiatives, and increases federal Medicaid funding.
What does a new tax deadline* mean for companies facing business interruption, loss in revenue, production shortages and labor concerns? Join this webinar to learn important tax planning options for businesses, new estimated tax payment strategies and how deadline changes may impact your bottom line.
*Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, July 15, 2020 is the new deadline for 2019 federal income tax filings and payments that would otherwise by due April 15, 2020. The new deadline also applies to 2020 first quarter federal estimated income tax payments normally due on April 15, 2020. State deadlines vary by state.
Your SKR+CO team is monitoring the developing tax deadline updates. We will share updates here as they become available. Last updated 4/13/20.
We feel your pain. Business operations are being severely impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic. We will help you navigate what support is available to you as well as share resources from vetted sources.
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