NEWS & INSIGHTS
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act of 2020 has been signed into law. Details of the act are in the article below, by Andy Medici of the Washington Business Journal.
On April 23, 2020 the IRS posted information on issues raised by the COVID-19 relief time extension granted to taxpayers to fulfill their estate, gift and generation-skipping tax obligations. Here are the questions and answers provided by the I.R.S. posted by Wayzata business attorneys Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean.
Wayzata corporate lawyers provide information regarding PPP Loan Forgiveness. Find Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness details here.
How to Safely Reopen & Return to Work – for Businesses & Workers from Minnesota DEED (Department of Employment and Economic Development)
West Metro business lawyers Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean provide DEED’s information about what businesses and workers need to know to safely reopen and return to work.
West Metro corporate attorneys Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean share information from the EEOC on Delay in Opening of 2019 EEO Data Collections.
Governor Walz Exempts Recovery Rebates Issued Under the CARES Act and Bans Garnishment on Consumer Debt
Executive Order 20-50 aims to protect the recovery rebates issued to individuals and families under the CARES Act and provide consumer debtors relief from automatic garnishments.
Are you impacted by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act? The U.S. Department of Labor has put together a post with Questions and Answers that may be useful to you. Wayzata law firm Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean shares the information.
West Metro business lawyers Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean share frequently asked questions about SBA loan eligibility.
Metro business attorneys Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean can help you navigate the rapidly changing employment environment resulting from COVID-19.
Estate attorneys Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean advise that retirement plans are impacted by the CARES Act; this could lead to changes in your estate plans