- Small Business Administration (SBA)
- Liability Waivers
- Miller, as Next Friend of her Minor Child, E.M. v. House of Boom Kentucky, LLC
- Intangible Assets
- Tax consequences
- Community Banks
- Dodd-Frank Act
- SEC Crowdfunding Rules
- Judgment creditors
- Municipal Liability
- Consumer Debts
- Employment Law
- Small Business
- Equity Development
- Business Entities
- Corporate and Business Tax
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Business Formation and Planning
- Closely Held Businesses
- Sales and Dissolutions
Businesses – Loans and Tax Relief for the COVID-19 Crisis Are Available
While Congress and the Trump administration continue to hammer out a stimulus package, there are at least a few current items of relief available to businesses impacted by the crisis, outlined below.
● Small Business Administration Loans – Kentucky has applied for and received approval for an economic injury disaster loan declaration from the United States Small Business Administration (SBA). Kentucky small businesses may now apply for loans in a total state amount of up to $2 million at a maximum fixed interest rate of 3.75% (2.75% for nonprofits), and with a term of up to 30 years. These loans are available on a case-by-case basis and other requirements apply, such as acceptable credit history, collateral, and a showing of the ability to repay the loan.
● Tax Deferral – IRS and the Treasury Department announced that the federal income tax filing deadline for all filers has been extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, and Kentucky has followed suit. Tax payments that are due may also be deferred for the same period, with no interest or penalties. This deadline extension also applies to payments of federal estimated tax.
● Tax Credits for Paid Leave – we’ve addressed this elsewhere, but it’s important to note that businesses expending resources to cover the costs of the new leave requirements mandated by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act are entitled to a payroll tax credit for the sums paid for the leave itself and related health insurance expenditures.
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