The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) is the attempt by Congress to reduce the economic dislocation caused by the current pandemic. Taxes play a key role in the Act, along with several economic stimulus policies. Normally a new tax law requires time to figure out all the details. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 is still looking for clarifications on several issues, some of which are addressed in the CARES Act. COVID-19 had pushed economic decline into overdrive.
The tools given us by the Cares Act are the best we have had since 1986. Although the economic stimulus provisions such as the small business loans and payroll tax deferrals of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act have received much of the publicity, there are other significant tax provisions which should not go unnoticed.
We will present an overview of the Cares Act that has nothing to do PPP, payroll taxes or loans. We will cover:
Don has supported individual and corporate clients as a CPA for more than 40 years and as a registered representative for 18 years. Don has his BSIR and MBA from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Don resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife Kim and their three children, Will, James and Lauren. He also has three adult daughters, Mary Kathryn, Elizabeth, and Rebekah, as well as five grandchildren. Whether pursuing a thorough due diligence review before recommending a new product for a specific tax obligation, or dancing the night away at a Hornets game, Don Deans goes beyond what is comfortable to get the job done – all while enjoying life and the people he meets.
Deans Consulting is dedicated to helping businesses, professionals, and individuals navigate the complex world of tax strategies. We educate our clients through speaking, publishing, and consulting, and strive to provide creative solutions tailored to each client.
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