Tag: CFO for Hire

Posted onJune 11, 2021
Jim Lozano featured in the Times Union's article "New coronavirus assistance money available for small New York businesses" this morning.
Posted onJune 10, 2021
Jim Lozano discusses business recovery with CBS 6 News
Posted onFebruary 25, 2021
BST Partner James Lozano was featured in Albany Business Review article on the PPP loan window for smallest businesses.
Posted onJanuary 13, 2021
While we all celebrated the end of 2020 with renewed hope for what 2021 will bring, it is clear that at least the beginning of this year still has its challenges for many. Fortunately, The Economic Aid Act provides for a second stimulus program for businesses, not for profits and other types of organizations.
Posted onSeptember 20, 2020
Recently the SBA has updated its web page to reorganize their PPP Forgiveness FAQ’s section so that it is broken down into sections listed below
Posted onSeptember 20, 2020
On August 29, the U.S. Department of the Treasury released Notice 2020-65 in response to President Trump’s executive order allowing employers to defer the employee share of Social Security tax (6.2%) withheld from September 1 through December 31, 2010. 
Posted onMay 19, 2020
On Friday, May 15, the SBA released its PPP Loan Forgiveness Application. The SBA has created definitive rules for certain items that had some uncertainty during the early stages of this program.
Posted onApril 15, 2020
In our previous article “SBA Parameters for the Paychecks Protection Program (PPP)” we outlined the general details of the program. Listed below are answers to questions for those individuals that want to participate in the program and are self-employed or are sole proprietors of a business.
Posted onApril 1, 2020
In our previous article "CARES Stimulus 7(a) Loans- A Portion of These Loans Will Be Forgiven", we outlined some of the specific criteria that were in the "CARES" Act. Listed below are the specific parameters that have now been set by the SBA.
Posted onMarch 31, 2020
Employers ordinarily have to pay certain employment taxes—known as Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) taxes. FICA taxes help fund both Social Security and Medicare.