The EIDL (Economic Injury Disaster Loan) program is a program available to certain small businesses located in areas subject to a presidential disaster declaration that have suffered a substantial economic injury as a result.
The PPP provides short-term cash flow assistance to small businesses to help these businesses and their employees deal with the immediate economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On March 18, 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was signed into law, marking the second major legislative initiative to address COVID-19.
Changes to the existing SBA 7(a) loan programs and also provides information on SBA Disaster Loans and the Facebook Small Business Grant.
Phase 3 of the COVID-19 response plan, The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act
“Moving tax day from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest and penalties”
On Tuesday, March 17th, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin announced a 90-day grace period on the payment of individual and corporate taxes normally due April 15th.
Our top priority has always been to deliver superior service to our clients. To do that in the current environment, we're taking every precaution possible. Fortunately, we have the technological capability for everyone on our team to work remotely.
Congratulations to Danielle Donovan! Danielle is a recipient of one of the MSCPA’s 2019 Women to Watch Awards, selected as an Emerging Leader! The Women to Watch Awards recognize outstanding women in the accounting profession.
Walter & Shuffain, PC, was recently named as one of the 2019 Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work for. "We're truly honored to have been named to Accounting Today’s 2019 Best Accounting Firms To Work For," said Jonathan Yorks, Managing Shareholder. "We employ a team approach to achieving clients’ business goals, and strive to create a fulfilling, energized, and supportive work environment for each and every member of our team."
Consumers who were once limited to their local storefronts to browse for goods are now able to shop and make purchases globally. Consumers aren’t the only ones benefitting from these digital shopping cart advancements. Businesses are now able to target a market well beyond their physical location, but these tempting multi-state customers come with challenges.
W&S Shareholder Angela Parziale shares her insights on the new US tax law and its impact on Real Estate in this CREW Network update
New lease accounting standards could impact balance sheets and financial reporting.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) offers many taxpayers a break through corporate and individual tax rate reductions. However, the new legislation comes with a few thorns. One of the biggest surprises to business owners is the elimination of the entertainment deduction.
W&S Shareholder Angela Parziale will be a discussion leader and head up a break-out session on the value of women's initiatives and being a mindful leader in the workplace.
Two of our shareholders, Angela Parziale and William Cooper, are featured in an article titled "Customizing Talent Development" on the Journal of Accountancy website.
On December 20, 2017, Congress approved sweeping tax reform. The President is expected to sign the bill next week in its current form.
The opportunity to defer tax is music to the ears of many. In this article, we’ll discuss the different types of 1031 exchanges and the potential benefits for each.
Not familiar with revenue recognition? An often-misunderstood principle, revenue recognition determines the conditions under which revenue is received. The new standards emphasize that revenue should be recorded when goods and services are transferred, or a customer takes control. Control is identified as the ability to direct the use of and reap the benefits of the goods or services performed under the contract. The guidance provides five steps to implementing the new standards.
Start-ups and small businesses customarily incur expenditures that may qualify for Research & Development (R&D) tax credits, but generally, these businesses don’t have the taxable profit needed to take advantage of the credit. The IRS issued guidance earlier this year that explains how qualifying small businesses can now apply all or a portion of the credit against their payroll tax liability, including social security taxes. Below we’ve answered some of the key R&D questions and whether your business is eligible for offsetting payroll tax.
Walter & Shuffain, P.C. was recently named one of Accounting Today’s 2017 Best Accounting Firms To Work For. Accounting Today partnered with Best Companies Group to identify the top 100 companies that excel in creating quality workplaces for employees.
We are proud to announce that W&S has been selected as a Best of the Best Firm by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA).