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Quarantine and the Accidental State and Local Tax Resident

Richard Goldstein, J.D. 5.20.20 | Client Alert – COVID-19 Update The COVID-19 crisis has drastically altered the normal rhythm of our lives. Many who have quarantined and relocated to avoid […]

RPIE Due Date Extended and Other Important Changes

William Craine, CPA 5.20.20 | Industry Insights – COVID-19  Update Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the New York City Department of Finance has extended the due date for 2019 Real […]

First Look at Key Aspects of the PPP’s Loan Forgiveness Process

Joseph Most, J.D. 5.20.20 | Client Alert – COVID-19 Update Last Friday, the Small Business Administration (SBA) released the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness application (the Application). The Application […]

COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims – There’s Still Hope

John Fitzgerald, CPA 5.19.20 | Vision 2020 – COVID-19 Update The sweep of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses across the country to close due to government mandates while others […]

Federal Reserve Announces Changes to the Main Street Lending Program

Joseph Most, J.D., Shayna Byrne, J.D. and Ken Maeng, J.D. 5.19.20 | Client Alert – COVID-19 Update On April 30, 2020, the Federal Reserve announced changes to its Main Street […]

Business Continuity Tips – Questions Family Offices Should be Considering

Principal, Elizabeth Zabludoff, provides insight on questions family offices should be considering when developing a business strategy for the future amid the COVID-19 pandemic. For additional information on matters relating […]

SBA Issues New FAQs and IFR to Provide More Clarity on PPP Loan Program

Joseph Most, J.D. 5.15.20 | Client Alert – COVID-19 Update SBA Provides Safe Harbor to Determine Good-faith Certification Validity in new FAQ In the latest addition to the SBA’s frequently […]

[Webinar] Coming Back to Healthy Buildings | Planning for Post-COVID-19

As the COVID-19 crisis begins to subside, closures will be lifted and the world will attempt to return to “normal.” And as the real estate market begins to comprehend the […]

Suspension of Excess Business Loss Limitation for Tax Years 2018-2020 Presents Opportunities and Issues

Nastassia Koyfman, J.D., LL.M. 5.8.20 | Client Alert – COVID-19 Update The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act temporarily suspends Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 461 business loss […]