On Friday evening, the Treasury/IRS finally released official guidance on the payroll tax deferral Executive Order, scheduled to take effect tomorrow, September 1st. Unfortunately, the guidance fails to address some of the concerns
Earlier this month the President issued an Executive Order (EO) that would permit the deferral of employee payroll taxes from September 1 to the end of the year. The policy in the EO was very vague, and NAW joined association
As an undergraduate, the term “lumber trader” wasn’t even in my vocabulary. Years later, I still had never heard of this occupation…nor would I have ever guessed that it would eventually follow my name on a business card. But, as often happens with wood products, the industry “picked” me. Of course,
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we wanted to remind you of some important compliance regulations that made headlines a few months ago but may have fallen off your radar as well as some recent updates to previous guidance.
Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA) paid time off went into
Negotiations between Congressional Leaders and the White House on the next COVID-19 relief package still remain in a stalemate. Lawmakers left Washington last week after Democratic leaders and the White House were unable to agree on another round of pandemic relief aid.