COVID-19 Resource Center

Prioritizing the health and safety of our professionals, clients, colleagues, and their families remain Untracht Early’s singular focus. We have rapidly deployed our business continuity plan to assure that we continue to provide seamless service and full functionality to you while we work remotely.

Our COVID-19 Resource Center is here to help you and your business in these uncertain times. Here you’ll find all of our current COVID-19-related communications, impactful tax and legislative updates, and additional useful tips and resources.

Our professionals are here to answer any questions you may have. Please reach out to us.

ARTICLES AND UPDATES

Woman at computer filling out PPP application after the PPP Extension Act of 2021 was signed.

President Biden Signs PPP Extension Act, Affording Small Businesses More Time to Apply for Loan Funding

Capitol Building where the American Rescue Plan Act was created.

TAX ALERT: Newly Passed American Rescue Plan Act Offers Tax-Advantaged Aid to Individuals and Businesses

Small business storefront that had been helped by the new PPP loan changes.

PPP Loan Changes Aim to Help More Small Businesses Keep Doors Open During Pandemic

Double Exposure of Capital building and PPP Check for Newly Applied Businesses

Coronavirus Relief Bill Opens Door for Second Round of Paycheck Protection Program Loan Applications

Double Exposure of Capital building and paper tear outs with words that represent when the COVID-19 stimulus package is set to help

Tax Alert: President Approves $900 Billion COVID-19 Stimulus Package Bill, Extending Relief for those Impacted by the Pandemic

Relief Program Check on top of 1040 Document as part of the December 2020 Coronavirus Relief Bill

Tax Alert: Can the December 2020 Coronavirus Relief Bill Benefit You?

Person handing over a check to represent the tax incentives provided by the CARES Act for charitable giving during COVID

The CARES Act Provides Tax Incentives for Charitable Giving in the Time of COVID

Trenton, NJ Capitol Building where the Millionaires Tax was agreed upon.

Governor Murphy Signs Off on Revised $32.7 Billion New Jersey State Budget, Imposing Expanded Millionaires Tax

Double Exposure of Capital building in front of a PPP Loan Application that is Extended to August by Congress

Congress Votes Unanimously to Extend Paycheck Protection Program Applications into August

Double Exposure of business owner receiving loan from lender of the Main Street Lending Program

Fed Opens Main Street Lending Program to Lenders, Grants Greater Accessibility to Businesses

IRS building over top a map of the US, who issued qualified opportunity fund relief to funds and investors

IRS Provides Tax Relief for Qualified Opportunity Funds and Their Investors

Person Handing Over Check over top of the Capital building where the new PPP Loan Use Terms were approved.

PPP Flexibility Act Changes Terms for Loan Use and Forgiveness in Favor of Small Businesses

Person reaching out hand over USA map to collect State Nexus Tax

Will States Assert Nexus Given Surge of Remote Workers During Pandemic?

PPP loan borrower reviewing the necessary documentation to have their loan forgiven.

What Documentation PPP Loan Borrowers Should be Recording

Employers reviewing their short-term compensation programs eligibility with boost from CARES Act.

Short-Time Compensation Programs Give Employers Business Continuity Options in Turbulent Times

Main Street Sign showing where Expanded Main Street Lending Program taking place.

Expanded Main Street Lending Program Makes More Businesses Eligible to Receive Loans

Woman reviewing if her business's PPP loan expenses are deductible on her computer.

Are PPP Loan Expenses Deductible?

Hedge Funds and Private Equity Firms PPP Loan Application Being Denied

Hedge Funds and Private Equity Firms, Ineligible for PPP Loans Under Revised Treasury Guidance

Main Street row of Small Businesses Looking to the Paycheck Protection Program for loans.

Additional $484 Billion in Federal Aid Approved for Small Businesses, Hospitals, and Coronavirus Testing

City Buildings Designated as Qualified Improvement Property taking the new Bonus Depreciation life of 15 years

Qualified Improvement Property Bonus Depreciation Clarified by IRS

Adivsor Discussing how the CARES Act has impacted retirement planning to couple.

How Retirement Planning is Impacted by the CARES Act

Business owner looking at phone call that may be one of the COVID-19 Business Scams

COVID-19 Business Scams to Be Aware Of

Brick Wall Showing Small Town Main Street Sign. Representing Main Street Lending Program offered to small and mid-size businesses.

Main Street Lending Program Will Provide Financing to Eligible Small and Mid-sized Businesses in Need

Tax Forms Showing the Additional Tax Deadline Extensions for Individuals, Businesses, Trusts, and Estates

Tax Alert: IRS Announces Additional Tax Deadline Extensions for Individuals, Businesses, Trusts, and Estates

U.S. States Officially Postpone Individual State Income Tax Filing and Payment Deadlines

Small business owner hand over a check to their employee made possible by the Paycheck Protection Program

Paycheck Protection Program Establishes Loans to Help Small Businesses

Woman reviewing how the CARES Act will help individuals

The CARES Act Offers Help to Individuals Affected by COVID-19

Businessman over Buildings where Businesses will gain Help from the CARES Act

Businesses Receive Help from the CARES Act Pandemic Relief Provisions

Upward Pointing Arrows Reflecting the Hopes of the CARES Act

Senate Passes CARES Act Which Will Provide Stimulus Package to Americans

The Treasury Department Building IRS Notice 2020-18

9 Key Takeaways from the IRS’ Notice on COVID-19-Related Federal Tax Filing and Payment Extensions

IRS Building where federal tax deadline has been extended

Federal Tax Filing and Payment Deadlines Extended to July 15, 2020

IRS Building where Federal Income Tax Payment Deadline is Extended to July 15, 2020

Tax Alert: Federal Income Tax Payment Deadline Extended by IRS to July 15, 2020

Image of Capital Building where the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed

Families First Coronavirus Response Act Signed into Law

Man Taking Notes from Computer on UE COVID-19 Resource Center Client Email

Coronavirus Update on Untracht Early for Our Clients

Woman at Computer reading COVID-19 Resources FOS and Business Support Service Client Update

Coronavirus Update for our FOS and Business Support Clients

SUBMITTING YOUR INFORMATION

Should you need to send us information, please use our secure Client Portal, Sharefile, other electronic means of delivery, or send your information directly to your Untracht Early team member’s individual fax number.

Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)

If you need to make an EFTPS payment, please contact your Tax or Family Office and Business Support Services team member for assistance.

Client Portal Access Guide: Step-by-step instructions on how to access the Client Portal.

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Client Portal User Guide: Step-by-step instructions for using the Client Portal can be found here.

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CONTACT US

We understand that governmental response to the current situation and other circumstances may impact various aspects of your specific situation. We are here to help you navigate the changing tax landscape or assist you with the business challenges you may be facing. In addition to this COVID-19 resource center, we encourage you to reach out to us using the form below or contact your Untracht Early advisors with any specific questions you have.

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