Category: Long Island Business

Long-Term Property Solutions Amid COVID Pandemic

We’ve spent the last 5 months answering questions for New York City tenants on how to: navigate rent payment solutions and lease restructuring for existing leases, leverage the COVID-19 NYC real estate market for new or renewed leases, and redesign existing spaces amid social distancing and flexible work strategies to optimize reopening.

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5 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Business

The whole world has been put on pause because of the COVID pandemic, and for many business owners, the same holds true for their business. We are so bogged down in understanding changing regulations, worrying about CDC guidelines, and getting caught up in the minutia of getting through another COVID quarantine day, that our businesses and our psyche have suffered. Instead of looking at this as another day in the COVID pandemic doldrums, why not use this as a time to try to reinvigorate your business by infusing new energy and strategies.

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Executive Order Issued Deferring Payroll Taxes for Employees and Poses Huge Questions for Employers

After failing to find a compromise on a new stimulus package by the self-imposed deadline of August 7th, 2020, President Trump issued a new executive order on Saturday August 8th that would defer the withholding of employee payroll taxes. The executive order presents many immediate questions and challenges for employers and it is also likely to face several political challenges over the next few weeks.

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“New” SBA FAQ on Loan Forgiveness Released

For weeks, since the last update in June 2020, there have been rumors and reports in professional circles regarding the SBA releasing a new or updated FAQ with around 30 questions that would assist borrowers in their forgiveness calculations. The SBA posted a new update on August 4, 2020 that is believed to be this massive promised update.

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