COVID-19 Information Center

Preparation, Safety, Continuity COVID-19 Information Center

Preparation, Safety, Continuity

Berdon LLP’s number one priority is the safety of our clients, colleagues and those that have been impacted directly by the virus. As we continue to implement measures to support official directives to help impede the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we understand our clients and friends are doing the same and are facing many challenges as a result of their efforts.

The “new normal” is requiring businesses and families to adjust their daily operations—from managing cash flow to transitioning to a fully remote workforce—and implement business continuity plans to help survive this public health crisis.

To assist our clients during these uncertain times, our professionals continue to serve as trusted advisors and are available to LISTEN to questions and concerns, work to help SOLVE problems and DO what they can to help develop and implement solutions.

The Berdon COVID-19 Information Center provides relevant material that may be helpful in successfully adjusting to the current environment.

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COVID-19 Impact and Response:

3.31.20 | CARES Act Designates Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) | Marc Ausfresser, J.D., LL.M.

3.30.20 | NY Executive Order Extends Tax Due Date to July 15 | Wayne K. Berkowitz, CPA, J.D., LL.M. and Richard Goldstein, J.D.

3.30.20 | IRS Updates Guidance on Gift Tax Filings and Payments | Naya Pearlman, J.D., LL.M.

3.30.20 | CARES Act Provides Significant Relief for Small Businesses | Joseph Most, J.D. and Ken Maeng, J.D.

3.27.20 | CARES Act Injects Massive Stimulus into the American Economy | Naya Pearlman, J.D., LL.M.

3.25.20 | Managing the Business of Law with COVID-19 | John Fitzgerald, CPA and Christopher Imperiale, CPA

3.25.20 | SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program Summary (Pre-CARES Act)

3.25.20 | IRS Responds to Questions on Gift Tax Filings, Information Returns, IRA Contributions, and More . . . | Naya Pearlman, J.D., LL.M. – UPDATED 3.28.20

3.24.20 | Berdon LLP Response Update – Message from our Managing Partners

3.24.20 | Managing Cash Flow and Liquidity During the Crisis | Marcus Hahn, CPA

3.23.20 | BLOG: SALT TALK: NYS Guidance Clarifies Penalty and Interest Relief for Late Payment of Sales Tax Due March 20th | Richard Goldstein, J.D.

3.23.20 | IRS Extends April 15 Deadline and Lifts Cap on Postponed Payments | Naya Pearlman, J.D., LL.M. – UPDATED 3.28.20

3.23.20 | NYC Waives Penalties for Late Real Property Transfer Tax Filing and Payment | Richard Goldstein, J.D. and Wayne K. Berkowitz, CPA, J.D., LL.M.

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