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A Tax Lawyer Weighs In On COVID-19 Stimulus Payment

The CARES Act/COVID-19 mean there are new considerations when it comes to taxes this year… Are the $1,200 stimulus checks taxable? Will recipients have to repay that money at some point? Quick answers: The $1,200 payments are technically “advance refundable tax credits”, much like the Affordable Care Act subsidies, and are not taxable as income. […]

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Stay In The Game During COVID-19!

Staying in business during COVID-19 can be “complicated” Law 4 Small Business and ESPN Radio 101.7 The Team joined forces yesterday to answer questions and offer advice for those of you trying to navigate your businesses through the rough seas of “Stay at Home” orders. Larry Donahue, Partner at Law 4 Small Business and Vanesa […]

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Stay In The Game, New Mexico!

L4SB & ESPN Radio have teamed up to help Small Businesses! 4/22/2020 @ 3-4 PM Tune in to the TEAM Up for New Mexico show on 101.7 or stream it on 101.7theteam.com. L4SB Attorney, Larry Donahue and HR Advisor, Vanesa Lewinger will be discussing the topics that are on every business owner’s mind in these […]

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The Requirements Needed to Not Pay Back PPP Funds

*** Revised 5/1/2020: Provided an exact definition, based on the SBA’s definition, for “Full-Time Equivalent Employees”. The Paycheck Protection Program (or PPP) is an SBA loan that helps businesses maintain their workforce during the COVID-19 crisis. It is a low-interest loan, with a term of up to 10 years, no personal guarantee or collateral required, […]

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Federal Unemployment Benefits and COVID-19

Per the new COVID-19 Legislation, federal unemployment benefits have changed. Is your business up to speed? L4SB is here to help. Federal Unemployment Benefits The COVID-19 relief stimulus package, otherwise known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, will offer additional unemployment insurance provisions to include the following: an additional $600 payment […]

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