Making Long-Term Decisions About Working From Home

It can be a tough scenario to confront: First you sent your employees home to work remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now they want to stay there permanently. Should you allow employees to work from home more than they have in the past? Or do you think “This just isn’t working” for one or…

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Federal Tax News

1. The deadline for the third 2021 estimated tax payment is coming up on September 15. Changes in the economy brought by COVID-19 include a new crop of self-employed persons, such as gig-economy workers. Like most people with income that isn’t subject to withholding, these workers may need to make estimated tax payments for the first…

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Deadline Coming: Follow Up on Your PPP Loans

Payroll Protection Plan (PPP) loans were a lifeline for many small business owners during the worst of the pandemic-driven economic slowdown. In total, the Small Business Administration (SBA) approved nearly 12 million PPP loans, averaging $67,000. The PPP program stopped accepting loan applications on May 31, 2021. However, you still may need to complete the requisite…

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CMFO Roundtable – The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

On Friday, June 11, our Managing Partner, Bud Jones, hosted a virtual CMFO Roundtable. We welcomed two presenters from NW Financial Group, LLC, Heather Litzebauer and Daniel Banker, along with our Partner, John Mooney, who discussed the many implications of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.  

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Updates to the Employee Retention Tax Credit

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Below you will find a summary outlining the three Acts impacting the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), including the most recent changes implemented by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) enacted on March 27, 2020 provides an Employee Retention Credit to employers to keep their employees on payroll. An eligible…

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PPP Deadline Extension plus Other Program Updates

The PPP Extension Act of 2021 has been formally signed by President Biden, which extends the Paycheck Protection Program through May 31, 2021. The program, originally scheduled to expire on March 31, 2021, will continue accepting applications until May 31, 2021. We would like to note that May 31, 2021 is Monday, Memorial day so applications…

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The Importance of Insurance Coverage Audit

Insurance is a fact of life for real estate investors. From start to finish, each project needs to have the proper insurance. The time to wonder whether you’re properly insured is before there’s an issue. To be safe, hiring a qualified professional to help conduct an insurance coverage audit may be necessary. This article reviews…

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Nisivoccia School Business Administrator (SBA) Roundtable Discussion

On March 26, 2021, Nisivoccia hosted a School Business Administrator (SBA) Roundtable discussion. Partners at Nisivoccia Kathi Mantell, Heidi Wohlleb, Valerie Dolan, and Man Lee were presenters on the panel, along with Sheryl Leidig of Wayne Public Schools, Robin Tedesco of Mount Arlington Public Schools, and Alicia Valverde-Mesa of Morris Hills regional School District. The…

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Virtual CMFO Roundtable March 19, 2021

Our Managing Partner, Bud Jones, hosted a Virtual CMFO Roundtable on Friday, March 19, 2021. Nisivoccia Partners John Mooney and Ray Sarinelli were also presenters on the panel. Jon Rheinhardt of Borough of Wharton, Chris Battaglia of Borough of Caldwell, John Buck of Municipal Software Inc., Fred Knapp, Esq. & Jonathan McMeen of Laddey, Clark and…

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Nonprofit Audit Preparation: 6 Ways to Save Time and Money

It’s audit time for many nonprofits. Although the idea of undergoing an external audit may not be appealing, it’s essential to demonstrate your nonprofit’s financial condition to meet government requirements and inform your stakeholders. Perhaps this year, it may be more important than ever in the shadow of COVID-19. Here are some preparatory steps you…

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