Entries by Scott Robinson

Non-Deductibility of PPP Related Expenses to the Extent of Forgiven PPP Funds (IRS Notice 2020-32)

Janet Kim, CPA, MST Wright Ford Young & Co., CPAs   The IRS released Notice 2020-32 on April 30, 2020, which provides guidance on the deductibility of expenses paid with Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan proceeds that are forgiven and excluded from the borrower’s income. The IRS has determined otherwise deductible expenses that are paid […]

Learn the Business Benefits of the CARES Act

Our WFY Tax Partner, Richard Huffman, has created a 15-minute video presentation to illustrate the benefits your business may qualify for under the CARES Act.  Included are the Paycheck Protection Program Loans, Employee Retention Credit and deferral and income tax benefits. Watch the video to learn which benefits apply to you. Please contact your WFY […]

Disaster Relief Payment Tax Assistance to Employees Affected by COVID-19

By Richard A. Huffman, CPA, MST The national emergency declaration on March 13 triggered a tax benefit which allows employers to make non-taxable qualified disaster relief payments to employees for reasonable and necessary expenses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. Reimbursable expenses excludable from employee taxable income are as follows: Unreimbursed medical expenses including co-pays, deductibles, […]

Avoid Phishing in the Time of COVID-19

As the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic continues, scammers are using different ways to gather your information and use it for ransom. Some websites are offering information on COVID-19 relief programs in exchange for signing up through them as a subscription or requesting a fee. With this, the websites hold your basic information ransom and […]