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Employer Documentation Required by IRS to Claim the Tax Credit Under EPSL or EFMLA

Employer Documentation Required by IRS to Claim the Tax Credit Under EPSL or EFMLA

On March 31, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) provided employer’s guidance on what documentation it will require to support the tax credit taken under the Emergency Paid Sick Leave (“EPSL”) and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act (EFMLA) sections of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). This article will discuss what your company may need to provide the IRS to obtain the tax credits available under the EPSL or EFMLA.

What You Need To Know About Fictitious Business Name Statements

What You Need To Know About Fictitious Business Name Statements

If your last name is not your company’s name, you need to file a “Doing Business As” or a Fictitious Business Name Statement! That is right, you read that correctly. If your last name is not in your business name, you are required by law in California to file a Fictitious Business Name (“FBN”) Statement, also known as a “Doing Business As” (“DBA”) statement.