Three-quarters of more than 1,500 respondents to an August survey from FlexJobs and Mental Health America reported experiencing burnout at work in 2020, with 40% attributing that burnout directly to the pandemic.
mall businesses have even more time to pay off certain emergency loans as the SBA said the first due date for repayment of EIDLs made in 2020 is extended from 12 months to 24 months from the date of the note. For loans made in 2021, including loans under the COVID-19 EIDL program, the first payment due date is extended from 12 months to 18 months from the date of the note.
The AICPA sent a letter Tuesday encouraging congressional leaders to push back the Paycheck Protection Program’s (PPP’s) March 31 application deadline at least 60 days.
The Senate has approved the House's $1.9 trillion stimulus bill, designed to provide relief and address other issues related to the COVID pandemic.
As a return to the office becomes imminent for many, finance chiefs must determine what it will take to make the workspace feel safe for employees.
Accounting firms are using up-and-coming technologies with the potential to change the business landscape forever. One technology gaining interest is robotic process automation (RPA), a tool that computerizes mundane, repetitive tasks and completes them far faster than humans could do manually.
In Notice 2021-20, the IRS issued detailed guidance for employers claiming the employee retention credit for calendar quarters in 2020.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed, by a vote of 219–212, a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package early Saturday morning that includes $1,400 stimulus checks to individuals, an extension of unemployment benefits, and tens of billions in aid for small businesses and not-for-profits.
The COVID-19 vaccine is providing many employers with the hope that things may soon return to normal—or as normal as can be considering a year-plus long pandemic. The vaccine certainly provides a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel, but there are few things employers should consider while planning how to best protect their employees.
House Bill 6513 (HB 6513), An Act Mitigating Adverse Tax Consequences Resulting From Employees Working Remotely During Covid-19, and Concerning The Removal Of Liens On The Property Of Public Assistance Beneficiaries And Three-Tiered Grants In Lieu Of Taxes Program, passed the House today and is expected to pass the Senate later this week or early next week.
The administration of President Joe Biden announced Monday that it would institute a two-week period starting Wednesday during which only businesses with fewer than 20 employees will be able to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted supply chains around the world the year after U.S. tariffs hit American companies manufacturing in China, major multinational corporations deployed varying strategies to keep up production.
Competing for a job in today's market is challenging enough, and new research from global staffing firm Robert Half shows there's another hurdle for candidates to overcome: being breadcrumbed — or strung along — by employers.
Coronavirus-related government policies and regulations that could affect business performance ranked as the top risk cited by board members and C-suite executives, according to a new survey.
The changes the pandemic has wrought won’t all simply reverse once Covid is behind us. This phenomenon explains why.
Professional growth looks different now, but with self-reflection, intentionality, and perseverance, you can make progress in these tough times.
Expensive quick fixes are helping companies endure COVID-19 but they are not sustainable over a prolonged period of heightened volatility.
The Internal Revenue Service today explained how corporations may qualify for the new 100% limit for disaster relief contributions and offered a temporary waiver of the recordkeeping requirement for corporations otherwise qualifying for the increased limit.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is pledging to improve the loan review process for Paycheck Protection Program loans, even as it pursues a record number of fraud complaints.
At first glance, the border battle between Massachusetts and New Hampshire over income taxes might seem like a mere squabble between two neighbors. But the fallout could be felt nationwide once the dust finally settles because of the rising acceptance of remote work, and the trend’s implications for state tax policies.