It can be difficult to keep track of everything going on with relief for small businesses from the IRS related to the current COVID-19 pandemic. At KMA it is our goal to help our clients break down this information. Most recently, the IRS release Notice 2020-23 which gives additional relief for those tax forms and
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Bipartisan legislation has been recently unveiled to provide emergency relief to many people. At KMA Bodilly, we’re closely monitoring the terms of this legislation as it relates to our clients. We’re also able to help your business complete all the necessary paperwork to apply for this assistance. Read the full article here. Key takeaways The
KMA Bodilly is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our clients’ businesses. During this time, we will continue to provide resources and information to help you and your workforce navigate these unprecedented times. To start, here are a few helpful resources: IRS webpage with information on topics such as tax relief CDC guidance to help
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has added the State of Wisconsin as an Eligible Disaster Area.  This provides the opportunity for small businesses to apply for an SBA Disaster Loan during this time of economic injury. Find more information about whether you qualify for the loan and what types of terms are available as well