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Borrower’s accounting for debt restructurings and modifications
A recent FASB Staff Educational Paper provides an overview of the accounting guidance for common debt modifications and exchanges.
IRS releases 2021 retirement plan limitations
Many limitations, including the 401(k) elective deferral limit for employee contributions, remain unchanged from 2020 levels.
IRS simplifies partnership tax capital reporting rules
In lieu of an in depth analysis, partnerships may utilize one of three ‘snapshot’ methods to comply with tax capital reporting requirements.
2020 year end tax considerations for businesses
Tax planning opportunities for consideration in light of COVID-19, the resulting economic crisis, and evolving tax laws and regulations.
2020 Election preview: Real estate
With the election approaching, RSM is looking at the economic stakes and the key issues for various industries.
Guidance on PPP Loans of $50,000 or Less
In October of 2020, the SBA and Treasury released an Interim Final Rule that makes it significantly easier for businesses with Paycheck Protection Program loans of $50,000 or less to receive forgiveness. Watch now to learn the details.
SBA releases procedural guidance for PPP loans in M&A transactions
SBA procedural guidance provides answers on how to navigate PPP loan changes in ownership; deals can now move forward with certainty.
IRS issues final regulations on meals and entertainment deductions
The final regulations issued by the IRS provide guidance for meal and entertainment deductions under section 274.
What if Your Customer Files Bankruptcy?
It’s something every business owner hates to hear - your customer filed for bankruptcy. In this video, we’re going to provide information about the bankruptcy process to help you with your recovery efforts.
Donor-Advised Funds: Giving with a Tax Advantage
If you donate to charitable organizations, you might want to consider establishing a donor-advised fund. A donor-advised fund is a charitable tax-saving tool that enables you to maintain a certain level of control over how funds are distributed while receiving immediate tax benefits.
PPP Forgiveness Guidance Addresses Owner-Employee Compensation, Rent-Related Costs
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Treasury issued an interim final rule Monday addressing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) forgiveness issues related to owner-employee compensation and the eligibility of nonpayroll costs.
Accounting for PPP Loan Forgiveness
Recently the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) released guidance on accounting and financial reporting for the forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans acquired through the Small Business Administration (SBA) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
8/8/20 Executive Order: Payroll Tax Deferral
On August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order directing the Secretary of the Treasury to permit employers to defer certain payroll tax obligations. Watch now to learn about the Order and the payroll tax deferrals.
What if your organization was already prepared to respond to the challenges brought about by COVID-19? Scenario planning is a savvy management tool that helps organizations deal with the uncertain world in which we live.
Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act Extends PPP Spending Deadline
The PPP forgiveness rules continue to evolve. Wednesday night (June 3), the Senate voted unanimously to accept the legislation previously passed by the House, and President Trump is expected to sign soon.