Last year was a difficult one for many people. An unprecedented number of unemployment claims were filed due to the pandemic and the economic fallout. If you are a household employer who has recently laid off a household employee, you may be wondering what will happen next. Let’s break down some important things to remember.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act isn’t just about easing employers’ tax burdens. It also impacts employee benefits.
During the COVID-19 crisis, many people and charitable organizations need cash. The new CARES Act may provide some solutions.
With the spread of the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, the US Government passed the CARES ACT, part of which includes stimulus payments to many taxpayers. What does this mean for you and your family? In this article, we've outlined some of the most frequently asked questions.
As an employer, are you unsure of what you’re allowed to do when trying to detect and respond to potential cases of COVID-19 in your workplace? Here are some answers.
Congress passed, and the president signed into law, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on March 18. The law allows employees paid time to care for themselves or loved ones and includes provisions for new tax credits to offset employers’ costs. But the immediate need to pay employees on leave may still be difficult for families struggling with monetary losses.