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Supreme Court Sides with Church Challenging CA COVID Restrictions

Washington — The Supreme Court on Thursday (12/3/2020) sided with a California church challenging Governor Gavin Newsom’s restrictions on indoor worship services amid the spike in coronavirus infections, ordering a federal district court to revisit an earlier ruling against the religious institution. In a brief unsigned order with no noted dissents, the high court tossed out […]

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PPP Forgiveness Rules, Qualified Expenses, and How To Apply For Loan Forgiveness

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan if used for qualifying purposes, can be converted to a grant (i.e. forgiven). However, depending on the size of the loan, you’ll first have to apply to your lender for forgiveness. The SBA began accepting PPP forgiveness applications from lenders on August 10, 2020. Not all lenders however opened […]

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Social Security Administration to Notify Employers of Name/SSN Errors on 2019 Forms W-2

The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that they will mail letters to employers that filed one or more 2019 Forms W-2 containing employee names and Social Security Numbers (SSNs) that did not match SSA’s records, beginning in December 2020. The letter will advise the employer regarding the number of employee names and SSNs on […]

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