COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on our community in a number of ways including creating economic complications for many families in Western Washington. We recently caught up with Nate Pedigo, Director, Corporate Foundation Relations at Food Lifeline to learn more about how Food Lifeline is working hard to fight hunger in our region, and for ways that we can help.
Bellevue LifeSpring is making a huge impact on our community during this time of uncertainty and economic struggle. We caught up with Executive Director, Jennifer Fischer to learn more about their mission.
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Last week, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, to provide relief for families amidst the global COVID-19 outbreak. The Act will be effective on April 2nd and as an employer, there are things you should consider for business planning and compliance in this evolving situation.
Last week in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Washington Department of Revenue announced it will provide extensions for filing and payment of the business and occupation tax (B&O).
At Sweeney Conrad, we feel extremely fortunate to be a part of such a vibrant, generous, and supportive community. To that end, in late 2016, we developed our One Good Deed Program to give back, thank our referral sources, and nurture our referral relationships.
We are excited to announce that Melanie Abigania has been promoted to Shareholder, one of 12 fall promotions. Melanie started at Sweeney Conrad in January of 2005, and has spent the past 14 years specializing in tax compliance, consulting, and planning for high net worth individuals, trusts, and estates. She is passionate about advising her clients, assisting them on small business issues, income tax planning, and estate and gift tax planning, and helping them figure out complicated tax lingo. Her clients operate in industries including real estate development, professional services, wholesale and manufacturing.
This week, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) announced a delay in the effective dates for standards on accounting for leases, credit losses, and hedging applicable to private companies and certain other entities.