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California State and Local Tax Updates June 2020

Businesses that hold unclaimed property in California get extra time to file reports Due to COVID-19, the CA State Controller (SCO) has postponed the due date for holders of such property, including unclaimed wages, to submit their Remit Reports and Remittances for properties reported on their 2019 Notice Reports. Regarding the June 1-15 period for…

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COVID-19 Tax Relief: Roundup of Postponed Federal Tax Deadlines

COVID-19 Tax Relief: Roundup of Postponed Federal Tax Deadlines As a COVID-19 relief measure, the IRS has postponed many of the usual federal tax filing and payment deadlines, along with the deadlines for taking certain other tax-related actions. Generally, deadlines for federal income tax return filing and payments that would otherwise fall on or after…

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Thomas G. Wolf Promoted to Director

Thomas G. Wolf Promoted to Director (Columbus, OH) – Brady Ware & Company is pleased to announce that Tom Wolf, CPA, has been promoted to Director within the firm. Tom has experience in audit, review, and compilation services, as well as a wide range of corporate, accounting, and other general business consulting. He works closely…

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IRS outlines CARES Act changes to health care spending

IRS outlines changes to health care spending available under CARES Act IRS-2020-122, June 17, 2020 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service has advised that new rules under the CARES Act provide flexibility for health care spending that may be helpful in the current environment where more people may need at-home services due to measures to…

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Keeping Employees COVID-19 Free

Keep Employees COVID-19 Free: An Employer’s Guide From OSHA Naturally you care about the health and safety of your employees, and don’t need a federal agency to tell you that you should be concerned. Still, it’s helpful to know what the overall position of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration‘s (OSHA) is on COVID-19. In…

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