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CSI Accounting Staff

CSI Accounting Staff
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The IRS Started Issuing COVID-19 Payments on April 9th, but When Will You Get Your Funds?

Apr 10, 2020 3:41:41 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff

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With the impact of the Coronavirus crisis affecting people all over the country, the IRS and the Treasury Department have said that payments promised to Americans will begin being distributed in the next three weeks, providing a lifeline to those whose financial lives have been impacted by the pandemic. This Washington Post article provides a specific timeline for when individuals can expect to receive their payment. For most people, the distribution will be automatic and there will be no action required of them.

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Answering Questions about the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection (PPP) Loan program

Apr 6, 2020 2:19:01 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff

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As a small business owner you are likely being bombarded with information about funding available through the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection (PPP) Loan program (part of the CARED Act) right now. Everyone from your banker, banks you've never heard of, to software companies are sending out messages and wanting a piece of the pie.
 
When you have questions and need help, turn to those you already know and trust, CSI Accounting & Payroll.
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CARES Act Stimulus Will Permit Business Loans To Cover Payroll, Rent, Utilities, and more

Mar 28, 2020 3:01:00 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff

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CARES Act to Permit Business Loans To Cover Payroll, Rent, Utilities, and more while Expanding and Increasing Unemployment Benefits 

Please Read, Understand the Opportunity and Importance, and Reply — We are here to Help!

Loans and grants to small businesses including sole proprietors and independent contractors in the CARES Act are on a first come, first served, basis. Once loans have been approved up to the appropriated amount in the — the program ends (unless Congress appropriates more funds). 

If you and your small business need money and help to cover payroll, rent, and utilities — PLEASE DO NOT DELAY in applying for this program or in contacting us for help!

Businesses struggling with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis received good news late last night when the Senate passed an unprecedented piece of legislation aimed at providing a massive stimulus to workplaces and employees alike. 

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How the CARES Act Affects Small Businesses Whose Staff Has Already Been Laid Off

Mar 28, 2020 2:50:49 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff

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In addition, any reduction in the amount of loan forgiveness will be completely avoided if the employer re-hires all employees laid off (going back to February 15, 2020), or increased their previously reduced wages, no later than June 20, 2020. These provisions are designed to provide an incentive to employers to not lay off workers (or rehire them) and instead utilize the loan amounts to pay payroll and other expenses.

What’s The Process?

Paycheck protection loans are fully guaranteed by the federal government through December 31, 2020 (previously guaranteed at 85%). The standard fees under section 7 of the Small Business Act are waived and there is no requirement that the loans be personally guaranteed by the borrower. Loans will be available immediately through SBA-certified lenders, which include banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions. The SBA will also be required to streamline the process to include additional lenders into the program and to ensure that funds are dispersed to qualified businesses as soon as possible. The deadline to apply for paycheck protection loans is June 30, 2020.

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Small Business “Paycheck Protection” Loans

Mar 28, 2020 2:44:19 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff

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The most significant provision of the CARES Act for employers establishes new “paycheck protection” loans administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) to help employers continue to cover payroll costs and other expenses during the COVID-19 crisis. The covered period for loans is February 15, 2020 through June 30, 2020.

Who Is Eligible For Loans?

These loans are available for businesses with not more than 500 employees. However, for businesses in the hospitality industry (those with a NAICS Code of 72) are eligible for a loan as long as they employ not more than 500 employees “per physical location.” For example, a restaurant franchisee with 3,000 employees (but no more than 500 employees at any one location) could qualify for the loans.

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