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Tax Strategy & Benefits Newsletter — Summer 2020 How Can Tax Kick Start Economies Around the Globe

Global - July 24 2020 Tax credits and tax rate reductions can encourage spending on research and development, promote investment into manufacturing operations, and…

Thomas Busching, Bradford A. Clements, Matthew D. Cutts, Patrick Kirby, Robert O'Hare, Linda Pfatteicher, Jose E. Aguilar Shea, Fabrizio Vismara.

Employee Benefit Security Agency and IRS Provide COVID-19 Relief for Employee Benefit Plan Deadlines

USA - May 7 2020 The US Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced deadline relief for employee benefit plan notices, disclosures and document deadlines that must be…

Michael A. Curto, Carl A. Draucker, Stacey Grundman, Joseph P. Yonadi Jr., Matthew A. Secrist, Gregory J. Viviani.

Employee Retention Tax Credits - New IRS Q&As Shed Light on Gray Areas Washington

USA - May 6 2020 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently released new guidance, in the form of Q&As posted on its website, on the Employee Retention Tax Credit…

Michael A. Curto, Carl A. Draucker, Stacey Grundman, Joseph P. Yonadi Jr., Matthew A. Secrist, Gregory J. Viviani.

Trapped in the US? IRS Provides Relief for Non-US Individuals

USA - April 25 2020 Many non-US individuals spend considerable time in the US, sometimes for extended periods. These individuals typically monitor their physical…

Jeffrey S. Levin, James S. Tsang.

The CARES Act of 2020: Taxation Provisions May Provide Some Relief for Your Business

USA - March 27 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act of 2020 (CARES Act), enacted and expected to be signed into force on March 27, 2020, is…

Matthew D. Cutts, Patrick Kirby, Donald V. Moorehead, Steven F. Mount, Linda Pfatteicher, Brandon C. Roman, George J. Schutzer.