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Economic Relief Packages for Maryland Small Businesses and Nonprofits Disrupted by COVID-19

On March 23, 2020, Governor Larry Hogan announced new economic relief packages from the Maryland Department of Commerce for Maryland small businesses and nonprofits affected by COVID-19.

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Small Business Disaster Loans Available in Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is making low-interest disaster recovery loans available to small businesses that have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Loans are available to businesses located in declared disaster areas, including Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia.

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Tax Deadline for Individual Taxpayers Extended to July 15

Earlier this week, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin delayed the deadline for individual tax payments by 90 days, moving the deadline to July 15 from April 15, when individual tax returns are normally due. Today Secretary Mnuchin took to Twitter to announce that the deadline for individual income tax filings has been extended to July 15, 2020.

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What the New Families First Coronavirus Response Act Means for Business Owners and Employees

President Trump just signed into law a second phase of coronavirus-related relief, called the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. It’s a $100 billion relief package designed to offer help to businesses and their employees who are impacted by the coronavirus. The first phase of relief, an $8.3 billion piece of legislation, was dedicated to coronavirus vaccine research and development. This new legislation includes provisions for tax credits for employers who offer paid sick leave or family or medical leave for their employees who miss work for various coronavirus-related reasons. Let’s take a closer look at the FFCRA and what it means for businesses and employees, and what business owners need to be ready to offer to employees by April 2.

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Advice for Business Owners Amidst a Potential Economic Crisis

With a potential economic crisis on the horizon, business owners are more than concerned. Business owners everywhere are walking a delicate tight rope of financial concern, meeting cancellations, travel restrictions, technology challenges and employee morale, all while trying to remain empathetic toward employees and customers. It’s flat out hard being a business owner right now. When I asked some of our firm’s leaders for their #1 piece of advice for business owners, several common themes emerged: communication and patience. Let’s look at what they had to say.

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Technology Tips for Growing Businesses

Sharon Paul, CPA, really wants you to install your computer updates. (Seriously, though.) A tech titan and partner in Gross Mendelsohn’s Technology Solutions Group, Sharon has been helping businesses figure out their toughest technology issues for 30+ years. When she stopped by the set of Next Level, Sharon told me about how technology can help a business run more efficiently.

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