Entries by Kuberneo CPA Editor

UPDATED – Payroll Protection Program (PPP)

UPDATE You may have seen news reports that the Paycheck Protection Program funding has been exhausted. Per the SBA website, “The SBA is currently unable to accept new applications for the Paycheck Protection Program based on available appropriations funding.” That is troubling news for many business owners who have not yet applied. However, this DOES […]

The ABC’s of Surviving a Crisis or Business Interruption

Act decisively but not hastily. Be compassionate and diligent. Communicate relentlessly with employees, customers and vendors. Don’t overreact–we will all get through this soon enough. Extend grace whenever possible, and trust that others will do the same. Find creative and positive ways to add value to your customers. Give generously when you’re able to. Have […]

Covid-19 Assistance Available

We know the current crisis has caused disruptions for many business owners and workers as well as to our daily lives and habits. Before we discuss business, how are you? How are your friends and family? We hope you are well and staying connected. Being physically isolated does not mean you need to be lonely. […]

IRS Moves Tax Deadlines Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

On March 21, the Treasury Department IRS announced it will allow most Americans an extra 90 days to pay their 2019 federal income taxes without interest or penalties. Or said another way, Tax Day (the federal income tax filing due date) is now July 15, 2020 instead of April 15, 2020. According to the press […]

Why is my paycheck different?

Let’s see if we have this correct: ever since the first of the year, your paychecks have been a little bit different. You didn’t receive a raise and nothing else has really changed with your job, but it’s just not the exact same as 2017. And, if we can really be forthcoming (we’re friends, right?), […]

How Can I Compare My Product to the Market?

The market is saturated. It hardly matters anymore what industry you’re in, consumers have more choices for products and services than ever before. It used to be that once you got your product on the shelves the hard work was done. But while barriers of entry have gone down, consumer awareness is heightened. Even shopping […]

The “New Tax Law…” And Why You Care

We expect you’ve heard by now there’s a new tax law that went into effect on January 1, 2018. The law is commonly known as H.R. 1 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. If you’d like to read it in its entirety (or are having issues with insomnia), it is available at https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/1. Today, we’d like […]

Hurricane Tax Relief for Florida Business Owners

If your business experienced a loss of revenue as a result of business interruption after Hurricane Irma, you may qualify for special relief—and we’re ready to help As we get ready to celebrate the Holiday Season, many business owners, particularly in South and Central Florida, are still recovering from Hurricane Irma—one of the strongest hurricanes […]