Over the past year, I’ve written a series of blogs about life and work during the Covid-19 pandemic. Most of these posts highlighted the importance of finding balance in difficult times — for example, by having systems in place to maintain productivity (and stay sane) and making the best use of technology to facilitate that. I also included advice on how to maintain a happy family life while working […]
As things slowly get back to normal in the wake of the pandemic, many of us are looking forward to getting back to our favorite restaurants. After a year of unprecedented economic hardship, the government is offering funding through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to help ensure restaurant doors remain open.
Spring is in the air, the days are getting longer, and more of us are getting vaccinated against Covid-19, so there’s plenty to be grateful for. There is good news on the tax front as well to help the economy recover from the pandemic.
The IRS and our home state of Illinois have announced postponing the deadline for all individual tax returns from April 15 to May 17 this year in realizing the hardship that many taxpayers are still experiencing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The President yesterday signed the American Rescue Plan Act into law, so the much anticipated $1.9 Trillion Covid-19 stimulus package is official.
A lot has happened since our last PPP update on January 12. While the President has already raised the prospect of a new stimulus package, as expected, there is continuity on existing programs, so the details included in our last update are still valid.