COVID-19

U.S. Senate Passes CARES Act

The U.S. Senate passed a third stimulus bill, late Wednesday night, 3/25/2020.  The bill, titled the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) is designed to provide further relief to individual and business taxpayers in the wake of the continuing COVID-19 outbreak. While the House has not yet voted on the CARES Act, […]

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HW&Co. COVID-19 Healthcare Updates

An update for healthcare providers.  As a healthcare provider, you’re on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. You’re dealing with constant changes from federal, state, and local authorities. You’re juggling the needs of your facility such as increased staffing challenges, and supply shortages, with the needs of your residents and their families. Amid it all, […]

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Ohio Legislature OK’s State Tax Filing Extension

The Ohio Legislature unanimously voted to give Ohio Tax Commissioner, Jeff McClain, authority to extend the state tax filing deadline to July 15th.  This would keep the Ohio tax deadline aligned with the federal filing date.  Governor DeWine has indicated he would sign the bill. Members of the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA) were instrumental […]

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What COVID-19 legislation means for nonprofits and their staffers

Whether your not-for-profit is newly deluged with demand for services or you’ve closed doors temporarily, it’s important to keep up with legislation responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. On March 18, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law to provide American workers affected by the pandemic with extended sick and family leave […]

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Grace Period for Health Insurance Premiums

On March 9, 2020, Governor Mike DeWine, declared a state of emergency in Ohio to protect the well-being of Ohioans from the dangerous effects of COVID-19, and directed state agencies to develop and implement procedures consistent with recommendations from the Department of Health, designed to prevent or alleviate the public health threat. One such order […]

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