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San Jose, CA tax attorney employer tax credits

Since the beginning of March, it is an understatement to say that COVID-19 has greatly impacted business owners, employees, and the workplace nationwide. Most businesses have either gone remote, closed temporarily, or shut their doors for the last time. Not only are the businesses themselves leaving many people without work, but those who become infected with COVID-19 or are required to self-quarantine may be unable to work even if they are employed. In order to address the financial impact of coronavirus, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has implemented two new employer tax credits to help U.S. employees who have been affected by the global pandemic.

Sick and Family Leave

There are multiple credits tied to requests for medical leave since you may not necessarily be requesting this absence from work for your own self. The following are the employer credits to which you may be entitled:

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San Jose, CA small business tax credit lawyerThe federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has brought sweeping changes to many areas of tax law. One change that might have been overlooked by businesses is that employers are now eligible for a tax credit if they offer certain kinds of paid family and medical leave to full and part-time workers. If you act before the end of this year, you may be able to qualify for this tax credit.

Qualifying for Tax Credits

Eligible businesses that enact qualifying paid family leave programs or amend existing ones by the end of this year will be able to claim the employer credit. This tax credit will be available for tax years 2018 and 2019. The credit is retroactive to the beginning of the business’ 2018 tax year for qualifying leave already given.

To qualify for the tax credit, employers must meet the following requirements:

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S corporation, San Jose tax attorney, tax credits, Tax Compliance Campaign, collecting taxesFor anyone who earns an income, operates a business, or makes a financial transaction in the United States and the state of California, taxes are an unfortunate reality. Nobody likes paying taxes, but they are a necessary part of modern life and allow our government to continue operating.

Collecting taxes is a complicated matter, especially when it involves large companies and organizations with complex financial assets. In recent years, the governmental departments that collect taxes have begun working to operate more efficiently by focusing their efforts on identifying and addressing specific tax issues. These tax compliance campaigns have been conducted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the California Board of Equalization, and the California Employment Development Department.

IRS Federal Tax Compliance Campaigns

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