Fed Expands Main Street Lending Parameters: Act Now to Apply for Loans

After a lengthy comment period, the Department of Treasury has provided details about the expanded Main Street Lending Program, which seeks to help small and midsize businesses adversely affected by

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Congress Expands Benefits of PPP Forgivable Loans

Congress has approved legislation that makes fixes to certain loan forgiveness provisions of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The program provides assistance to small businesses encountering economic hardships as a

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Congress Approves $370 Billion in Additional COVID-19 Funding for Small Businesses

Congress has reauthorized critical funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was initially funded through the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March. The

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How to Check the Status of Your SBA Loan Application

Submitting a loan to the Small Business Administration (SBA) during the COVID-19 pandemic is no small feat. Once you get your request for an Emergency Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) submitted,

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CoronaVirus Bill Update

This bill will require most Real Estate investors to refile and amend Corporate tax returns. CPAs will quickly have to learn new laws to best help their clients in real

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The New 2019 Tax Deadline Relief in response to the Coronavirus Emergency

Today, the Treasury Department and IRS issued clarifying guidance to address industry confusion regarding the intent of Secretary Mnuchin’s press statements yesterday, which outlined new 2019 tax deadline relief in

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A Big R&D Tax Credit Win for Architects in the U.S. Tax Court

Confusion and gray area have surrounded the research and development (R&D) tax credit (technically called Research and Experimentation tax credit IRS Code Section 41) for years. Both CPAs and business

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Cost Segregation Study Provides For Immediate Expense Of Leasehold Improvements

Cost Segregation Study Provides For Immediate Expense Of Leasehold Improvements Landlords and tenants often negotiate to make improvements or alterations to nonresidential rental space so that it becomes more suitable for

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Bill H.R.1865 (H.R. 1865) Passed Includes Extension of 179D and 45L

The real estate industry was rewarded this week with the passing of Omnibus Appropriations Bill H.R.1865 (H.R. 1865). Of most significance, the bill extends several real estate-related tax provisions through

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