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COBRA Provisions Play Critical Role in COVID-19 Relief Law

For business owners, the American Rescue Plan Act contains many provisions of interest. Companies that must provide COBRA coverage should read up on the new 100% subsidy.

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COVID-19 Relief Law Extends Employee Retention Credit

Keeping employees on the payroll has been difficult for many businesses over the past year. The latest COVID-relief law, the American Rescue Plan Act, extends the employee retention tax credit.

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COVID-Related Deadline Extensions for Health Care Benefits

Employers that sponsor health care plans should start devising communication strategies regarding COVID-related deadline extensions and when those extensions may end.

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Should Your Business Add Roth Contributions To Its 401(k)?

Some businesses eventually opt to take their 401(k) plans to the next level by offering designated Roth contributions. However, this isn’t a decision to take lightly.

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PPP Adjusted To Prioritize Very Small Businesses

The Paycheck Protection Program has undergone some notable changes recently as the Small Business Administration and Biden administration seek to give very small businesses easier access to loan funds.

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View Financial Statements Through The Right Lens

Viewing your financial statements through a variety of “lenses” provided by key performance indicators can provide useful insights.

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Does Your Business Need a SWOT Analysis?

A SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats) analysis is a useful way to break down and organize business complexities.

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Tax Season 2021: What To Know About 2020 Changes

Changes made in 2020 will affect how you file your taxes in 2021. Contact the tax experts at David Mills, CPA, LLC to learn more.

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Need Another PPP Loan? Here Are The New Rules

Small business owners have the opportunity to take out a second loan under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

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Ring In The New Year With A Renewed Focus On Profitability

A carefully constructed and strong-performing profitability idea system can not only grow the bottom line, but also upskill employees and improve morale as strategies come to fruition