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Costantini, Mitchell, Petersen, Shulas Promoted to Director

We are excited to announce the creation of a new Director role within the firm and have appointed four of our leaders to hold these positions.  

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SBA Issues Additional Guidance on Self-Employed Paycheck Protection Program Loans

On April 14, 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration issued a new interim final rule that provides further guidance on several key areas of uncertainty surrounding the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). We’ve highlighted the key areas of this new guidance. Read More >>

Treasury and IRS Issue Guidance on Payroll Tax Deferrals – and it’s better than expected

The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) permits employers to defer the deposit and payment of the employer’s share of social security taxes and self-employed individuals to defer payment of certain self-employment taxes, that otherwise would. Read More >>

Ohio Employers to Receive Dividend from Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

Some good news for Ohio businesses. To help Ohio’s economy and business community withstand COVID-19’s challenges, which include temporary business closings, stay-at-home orders and the record number of unemployment assistance, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s Board of Directors. Read More >>

5 Ways to Increase Conference Call Security in the Era of COVID-19

COVID-19 rapidly changed everything. Many of us are now working remotely instead of heading into the office and we’re connecting with more than just work colleagues in new ways due to social distancing guidelines. Because of this shift from. Read More >>

IRS Broadens Tax Filing and Payment Relief, Refund Guidance Coming Soon

Previous tax return and payment relief were centered around income tax filings due by April 15, 2020. This newest relief applies to all taxpayers that have a filing or payment, specified in this notice, with a due date falling. Read More >>

Endpoint Security in the Age of COVID-19

In the office, you’ve been told to remain vigilant. Use strong passwords with password managers, don’t click links in emails, and don’t fall for phishing scams. Since a majority of the workforce is working remotely, now what? Well, nothing. Read More >>

Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness: Timing is Everything

The COVID-19 shutdowns and stay-at-home orders are especially impacting small businesses. Without the normal influx of customers, businesses are struggling to pay rent, keep their employees and stay afloat. The historic stimulus package not only provides business loans to. Read More >>

COVID-19 Means Being More Vigilant Online

Overview Cybersecurity awareness tells us that when there are high levels of fear, uncertainty and doubt that is when we are most susceptible to being attacked or exploited. The bad actors out there, they know this – and they. Read More >>

SBA Modifies Paycheck Protection Program Guidelines

Late on April 2nd, the SBA released its playbook for issuance of loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) on the Federal Register in the form of an “Interim Final Rule.” This means that banks are now authorized to. Read More >>

Treasury Modifies SBA Loan Regulations

Under the coronavirus relief package, nearly $350 billion was allocated to the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program to help businesses with 500 or fewer employees with loans of up to $10 million. The loans will be forgiven if businesses. Read More >>