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DOL Guidance for Employers: Action Needed for April 1

By K·Coe Editorial | March 27, 2020
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While we patiently await more information and clarifications from the Department of Labor (DOL) on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), there were some important pieces of guidance released by the DOL this week related to the paid leave due to COVID-19 issues. Here is some of the latest …

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Stimulus Package: At First Glance

By K·Coe Editorial | March 25, 2020
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The Stimulus package, released early today, will inject approximately $2 trillion into the economy, providing tax rebates, four months of expanded unemployment benefits, and business tax-relief provisions aimed at shoring up individual, family and business finances. The full Stimulus Bill’s language (with over 1,000 pages of details anticipated) is expected …

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How Farmers are Leading in the Time of Pandemic

By K·Coe Editorial | March 24, 2020
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By Jeanne Bernick Farm business owners don’t have the luxury of putting their heads in the sand during a crisis. They have the health and wellness to consider for themselves and their family, and the additional responsibility of safety for employees and clients who come to the farm. Add on …

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COVID-19 HR Toolkit

By K·Coe Editorial | March 23, 2020
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Sample Forms and Policies California- Notice of Reduced Earnings  Sample Acknowledgement of Receipt of Company Policy Sample Communication to Employees Sample Emergency Sick Leave Policy Sample Essential Business Letter Sample FMLA Child Leave Policy Sample Letter of Layoff Sample Letter of Temporary Layoff Sample Notice of Furlough Letter Sample Work …

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Tips for Setting Up a Secure Remote Workplace

By K·Coe Editorial | March 23, 2020
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With the rapidly-developing COVID-19 situation, remote workers could be, or already are, the new reality. But where does this leave companies who are not prepared for this transition? This new reality creates questions about how the change in “office” location will affect your business’ ability to continue operations, how to …

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Tax Filing Deadline for Individuals and Businesses Moved to July 15

By K·Coe Editorial | March 20, 2020
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced today that there will be additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties today. In response to coronavirus concerns, the tax filing deadline for individuals and businesses has been moved out 90 days, to mirror the new tax payment deadline of July …

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How Ag Businesses Should Maximize Cash Flow Now & Later

By K·Coe Editorial | March 19, 2020
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With the recent disruptions locally and globally from COVID-19 and other events, producers should be monitoring their cash flow needs closely for the 2020 crop year. “If you haven’t created a cash flow statement yet, we not only are recommending that producers create one now that looks out at the …

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How the Coronavirus Tax Credits Work Under the New Paid Leave Provisions

By K·Coe Editorial | March 19, 2020
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The Senate overwhelmingly passed a coronavirus package that would provide small businesses with a tax credit for paid sick leave.  Here is a summary of what is available for eligible employers, and how to apply it. Emergency Paid Sick Leave Eligibility:  Employers with fewer than 500 employees. Applicability:  A covered …

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