Articles From Lumsden McCormick
Posted by Jill Johnson on July 31, 2020
Though stay-at-home orders are lifting in certain areas of the United States, the COVID-19 pandemic is still greatly impacting healthcare providers and patients.
Posted by Kristin Re’ on July 30, 2020
Purchases of new and used business vehicles may qualify for tax breaks under current tax law. If you need a new vehicle to use for business purposes, review these details before you go shopping. Some vehicles may qualify for bigger deductions than others.
Posted by Kerry Roets on July 30, 2020
From the pandemic to new tax laws, small business owners face substantial volatility as they implement tax planning strategies in 2020. Uncertain market conditions are expected to persist at least until the November elections — and possibly even longer.
Posted by Seth Hennard on July 29, 2020
In June, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued guidance that defers the effective dates of accounting standards for leases and revenue recognition rules for certain entities. The FASB has also issued a proposal that, if approved, would defer the updated guidance for long-term insurance contracts.
Posted by Mark Stack on July 29, 2020
The IRS recently issued Notice 2020-54 regarding employers’ requirement to report the amount of qualified sick leave wages and qualified family leave wages paid to employees under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), (P. L. No. 116-127).
Posted by Amanda Mooney on July 28, 2020
Recent legal developments in Washington are keeping employment law experts on their toes and that means employers must also keep abreast of major issues that arise and evolve into legislative changes. Real-world impacts will vary from one employer to the next, from none to acute disruption.
Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on July 20, 2020
Previously, nonprofit organizations were not eligible to participate in the program given their absence of EBITDA, a key underwriting metric required for the three existing MSLP facilities. However, the Federal Reserve then evaluated the feasibility of adjusting the borrower eligibility criteria and loan eligibility metrics of the program for nonprofit organizations.
Posted by Sara Dayton on July 17, 2020
The CARES Act enacted by Congress on March 27, established the Coronavirus Relief Fund and appropriated $150 billion to the fund for COVID-19 related expenses for states, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories, tribal governments, and local governments with populations over 500,000.