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  With the passage of the CARES Act by Congress and being signed by the President, citizens and families across this country are receiving stimulus checks. While some have already received their stimulus via direct deposit, many are left wondering "where is my IRS check?" Qualify On your last filing of taxes (tax years 2018 or 2019), did you report an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) above $75,000 (single), $150,000 (married), or $112,500 (Head of Household)? If 'YES', then you may qualify for decreased value of a stimulus check, or not qualify for a stimulus check at all. If 'NO', then you…
The Federal Government has passed and the President has signed the new CARES Act to provide financial relief to Americans individually and business during this crisis. Coming in at 880 pages, here is a helpful break down of what this means for you. The Federal Stimulus Package On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed a $2.2 trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package. The “CARES Act” includes, among other things: direct payments to individuals, expanded unemployment benefits, suspension of student loans payments, and loans and grants to businesses. direct payments to individuals How…
  California's Legislature is continually seeking ways to relieve individuals and businesses from the financial hardships that may come from this crisis. Here is a comprehensive list of resources for businesses and individuals to reference for financial help in these trying times. Health and Safety The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides interim guidance for businesses and employers. The California Department of Public Health has posted COVID-19 guidance for specific industries.  Cal/OSHA has posted guidance to help employers comply with existing workplace safety…