Larson and Company cares about the health and safety of our clients and our employees. If you are sick, exhibiting flu-like symptoms, or trying to reduce face-to-face interactions, we ask you to utilize electronic and mail options. You do not need to meet in person with your CPA to have your taxes prepared.
Clients wishing to send their information electronically can request a secure link from their CPA where they can upload their information safely and securely.
ARTICLES & UPDATES
Important news and updates regarding tax changes and relief options for individuals and businesses
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Craig Swindlehurst CPA, Senior Tax Manager at Larson & Company, specializes in tax planning and preparation for individuals,...
At the end of 2020, Congress passed, and President Trump signed, a new law that provides for additional relief related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This law, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA, 2021), includes a second draw of Paycheck...
Craig Swindlehurst CPA, Tax Manager at Larson & Company, specializes in tax planning and preparation for individuals, small...
Cameron Hodson, CPA, is an Audit Manager specializing in technology, GAAP, and nonprofit audits. He is a member of the Emerging...
Cameron Hodson, CPA, is an Audit Manager specializing in technology, GAAP, and nonprofit audits. He is a member of...
Allison Johnson, CPA, is an Audit Manager specializing in the insurance industry. She is the Education and NAIC Update Specialist...
In an Information Release, the IRS has announced that the July 15 tax filing and payment deadline won’t be postponed. Individuals unable to meet the July 15 filing deadline can request an automatic extension, until October 15, to file. However, tax payments are due on...
Zachary Thomander is a Tax Associate in our Salt Lake City Office. He specializes in tax preparation for businesses and...
Millions of eligible individuals have already received their Economic Impact Payments. Some people, including those who received a payment for a deceased individual, may be unsure whether they should return a payment. Here is additional information about returning an...
In June 2020, AICPA and FASB worked together to answer stakeholder’s questions regarding how PPP should be accounted for in accordance with GAAP. The official Technical Q&A (TQA) can be found in the link below:...
WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that estimated tax payments for tax year 2020, originally due April 15 and June 15, are now due July 15. This means that any individual or corporation that has a quarterly estimated tax payment due has until...
The IRS has answered more frequently asked questions (FAQs) about economic impact payments (EIPs) on its website, including rules on when and how EIPs must be returned to IRS. . Background. As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act),...
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminds employers affected by COVID-19 about three important new credits available to them. Employee Retention Credit: The employee retention credit is designed to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll....
In a statement, the IRS has automatically extended the due date of responses to IRS Letter 6336 from May 4, 2020 to June 4, 2020. Background. The IRS has concluded that certain micro-captive insurance company transactions had the potential for tax avoidance and...
WEBINARS & SLIDES
Recordings and Slide Decks for Larson presentations
Webinar Slides: Critical Impacts of COVID-19 Company Sponsored Retirement Plans Presentation
Webinar Recording: PPP Round 2 and Loan Forgiveness: Utilizing, Calculating, and Tracking PPP Funds
Webinar Recording: Utilizing the Benefits of the New Coronavirus Relief Plan for Individuals and Businesses
HELPFUL FORMS & RESOURCES
Templates, worksheets, and other helpful items
Paycheck Protection Plan Application Form 3-30-20
Employee Rights FFCRA Poster for Employers to Post Notice
Resources for Americans from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES)
DOL: Families First Coronavirus Response Act Questions and Answers
Families First Coronavirus Response Act Impact on Small Businesses
Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act
Governor Herbert’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” Directive: What’s Considered Essential
U.S. Treasury Department: How the Treasury Department is Taking Action –Resources for American Workers, Families, and Small Businesses
U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Coronavirus Emergency Loans Guide and Checklist for Small Businesses and Nonprofits
IRS: Filing and Payment Deadlines Questions and Answers
FFCRA: Employer Paid Leave Requirements
Wolters Kluwer: Coronavirus Response by State
IRS: Treasury, IRS and Labor Announce Plan to Implement Coronavirus-related Paid Leave for Workers and Tax Credits for Small Businesses to Swiftly Recover the Cost of Providing Coronavirus-related Leave
SBA: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
IRS: FAQs Employee Retention Credit Under the CARES Act
Utah Department of Workforce Services: COVID-19 and Unemployment FAQs for Employers
SBA: Business Loan Temporary Changes and Payroll Protection Plan
US Department of Treasury: FAQs Payroll Protection Plan (PPP)
US Department of Treasury: PPP Borrower Information Fact Sheet
IRS: FAQ on Deferral of Employment Tax Deposits and Payments through December 31, 2020
US Department of Treasury: Interim Final Rule Additional Eligibility Criteria and Requirements for Certain Pledges of Loans
TIPS FOR STAYING HEALTHY
Practicing good hygiene and maintaining physical distance from others while staying socially connected are all part of staying healthy during this crisis. Here are a few quick tips to help you maintain your health and manage your feelings.
Stay virtually connected with family and friends
Getting support from those you love is helpful in stressful times. To alleviate feelings of isolation, reach out to others, especially if you are feeling anxious.
Stay Safe, Stay Home!
Seriously. Just stay home! It’s up to all of us to help “flatten the curve” by drastically minimizing our social interaction. Only leave the house for essentials and go alone. Don’t congregate and stay 6 feet apart from others.
Get Outside and Take a Break!
Getting outside can benefit both your physical and mental health. Maintain physical distance from others when at parks or on a trail, but try to get out at least once a day to keep from feeling cooped up.
Turn Off The News
Limit what you read or set a time to get caught up on the day’s events. Constantly checking social media and online news sources can trigger anxious thoughts and exhausting panic. Stick to trusted sources of information to ensure you are getting the right facts.
Cut Yourself Some Slack
It can be overwhelming to adjust to working at home, home schooling children, ensuring you have food and basic supplies when shelves are empty, and being unsure of the future. Remember, these are unprecedented times in our history! No one really knows what we are doing or how to do it best. It’s fine to start working later in the day, have your kids watch a little too much tv, and eat cold cereal for dinner. We’re all in this together!
A great way to manage feelings of helplessness is to do something kind for someone else. Check in on an elderly neighbor. Pick up milk at the store for a mom home with small children. Give blood. Do someone’s yardwork. There are so many opportunities to serve others. Not only will you feel better yourself, you’ll be helping someone else through this tough time as well.
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