The DMJ & Co., PLLC Digest: A CPA Blog
Insights and musings from the desks of our professionals.
The DMJ Digest: A CPA Blog
Insights and musings from the desks of DMJ professionals.
DMJ & Co., PLLC advises that several states have waived nexus for employees working remotely during the COVID-19 emergency.
DMJ & Co., PLLC explains that the PPP loan forgiveness application has been simplified, and a new EZ option was introduced to streamline the application process (forms included).
DMJ & Co., PLLC has again been named a Top 300 Firm, according to INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA), a national publication serving the accounting profession. The ranking of the nation’s Top 300 public accounting firms is the only one of its kind. The August issue of the IPA ranks firms from 1 to 400 based on the gathering of information and analysis from 550 firms.
DMJ & Co., PLLC shares insights on how the CARES Act impacts single audits.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) under the CARES Act continues to evolve, almost on a daily basis. While this program is not really a tax initiative, it does have an impact on tax filings. Moreover, the sheer volume and frequency of the administrative rule changes seems unmatched in recent legislative history.
We are watching the case of Texas v. US, which is challenging the constitutionality of the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”). The US Supreme Court (the “Court”) has agreed to hear this case earlier this year. As part of the funding for the ACA when it was enacted, several taxes were created.
DMJ & Co., PLLC shares insights and suggestions for different ways to set up a business.
As a client and colleague of our firm, we are sharing with you a message sent to our employees on Friday, June 5, 2020. In recent days, unhealed social wounds have been brought painfully into focus across the nation. We are compelled to join the collective voices...
For many businesses, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) under the CARES Act has been a lifeline to continue to pay employees and to generally stay in business altogether. Most businesses that sought PPP money have received funding and are now considering how they will fare under the PPP rules for loan forgiveness as the end of the original 8-week “covered period” was approaching quickly. New development: On June 3, 2020, the Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (the “Flexibility Act”) by unanimous consent. The House had previously passed the bill overwhelmingly and the President is expected to sign it.
On June 3, 2020, the Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (the “Flexibility Act”) by unanimous consent. The House had previously passed the bill overwhelmingly and the President is expected to sign it.