Jul 06

EEOC Says Employers Can’t Require Employees to Take COVID-19 Antibody Tests

By Amy Hsiao

As businesses across the country continue to grapple with how to safely reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently advised employers that requiring mandatory antibody tests for employees before returning to work violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  The EEOC issued its new guidance on antibody tests on June 17, […]

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Jun 29

Scared To Take the EIDL Money and Use It Wisely?

By Amy Hsiao

A couple of weeks ago I covered making the choice to accept Emergency Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) money, and got into some of the nuts and bolts of what that might mean for your business. If you’ve been offered EIDL money, you might still be on the fence about it. Maybe you’re scared that, if you […]

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Jun 22

How (and Why) to Keep Your Corporate Records Up to Date

By Amy Hsiao

First of all, a quick reminder: July 15th is this year’s due date for federal taxes, pushed back from April 15th due to the upheavals caused by the coronavirus, so get in action now, if you are not already, to get your taxes prepared and filed. Today we’re talking about the importance of keeping meticulous records […]

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Jun 22

How Do Trusts Help You Save on Taxes?

By Amy Hsiao

Many people come to us curious (or confused) about trusts and taxes. So today’s article is going to sort it out and clarify things for you. There are two types of trusts, and each have different tax consequences. Revocable trusts, which are the far more commonly used trusts, have no tax consequences whatsoever. A revocable trust has […]

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