The CARES Act: How the Stimulus Bill Applies to Small Businesses

The CARES Act: How the Stimulus Bill Applies to Small Businesses

The CARES Act passed on March 27 contains several provisions designed to support U.S. businesses. In this informative webinar presented by Tax and Wealth Strategist Bill Bourbonnais, you’ll learn about:
The employee retention credit
Extensions of time to pay payroll taxes
Temporary changes to Net Operating Loss rules that may put more cash back in your bank account
Other Coronavirus business relief opportunities available

How To Get Yourself, And Your Home, Camera-Ready for Online Video

How To Get Yourself, And Your Home, Camera-Ready for Online Video

Working from home can be quite unnerving, especially when you need to meet with clients or staff using online video platforms like Skype or Zoom – maybe for the first time.

Ashley Chaney, a producer and TV host who has worked with Lucas Films, Paramount, Warner Brothers, NBC, and MTV, will share simple, practical techniques to help dispel your discomfort and propel your business forward.

What Employers Should Know About HR & Coronavirus

What Employers Should Know About HR & Coronavirus

Do employees have to use their sick time for COVID-19 illnesses?
Can employees refuse to come to work because of the virus?
Questions like these and more must be addressed properly by employers to avoid potential legal ramifications. Federal labor laws have recently changed in light of the pandemic.
HR Consultant Kathleen Lapekas will help you understand some of the important provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.