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The Blue Arrow CPAs team is dedicated to helping you through the extraordinary circumstances we are facing. Our Remote Client Assistance service has been expanded, and our whole team is working heart and soul from home without having to face pay cuts.

If you have any questions, please contact us, and we will respond within 24 hours.

The CARES Act


On 27 March 2020 the CARES act (the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) was signed into law by Congress and President Trump, offering taxpayers’ relief from new coronaviruses (COVID-19) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. It is a vital piece of law aimed at providing consumers and corporations with about $2 trillion in financial assistance.

The CARES constitution gives for the reimbursement of the COVID-19 outbreak via the Coronavirus Relief Fund to state, local and tribal governments. The following are required for State and Local Government as per the 800-page legislation:

The legislation designates $339.8 billion for programs that will go to state and local governments. It is divided up to put $274 billion toward specific COVID-19 response efforts, including $150 billion in direct aid for those state and local governments running out of cash because of a high number of cases. The rest will be allocated to specific programs:

  1. The Community Development Block Grant under the CARES Act is worth $ 5 billion. By the law, $2 billion will be transmitted, $1 billion will go to states based on the legislation created for COVID-19 by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The states will then distribute both entitlement and non-entitlement societies. In comparison, the remaining $2 billion will be distributed to states and localities.
     
  2. The districts are to be allocated with $13 billion for K-12 schools. It is awarded to states based on their existing allocations to titles.
     
  3. Along with those, a $14 billion for higher education for students sent to colleges through a scheme that awards three-quarters of the fund to non-online students based on Pell student enrollment. These grants should be provided to you in cash and used at your own disposal to cover those costs required, which may include a prepaid debit card or other electronic forms.
     
  4. The program allocates a $5.3 billion fund for services of children and families in need, including emergency assistance to childcare centers. On top of that, Small business loans of up to $ 10 million in which eight weeks in mortgage/rental, payroll, and service payments are entitled to obtain loan-forgiveness are provided to childcare providers of less than 500 people
     
  5. The act also allocates a 28.5 billion dollar for State and other local governments



The CARES Act provides that only the following expenditures will be covered by the Coronavirus relief fund's payments.


They are:
Essential and living expenses incurred in connection with the 2019 Coronavirus disease due to the public health crisis.

Expenditures not included in the budget last approved for State or government on March 27, 2020 (The day of the CARES Act announcement)

Expenditures for the period starting on 1 March 2020 and ending on 30 December 2020.

Other Significant Provisions
Includes direct payments to adults of up to $1,200 or less and for children is $500 ($3,400 for a family of four) to be sent out in weeks—payments phase-out on the basis of income ranging from $75,000 to $99,000.

Expanded Unemployment Insurance: Payments in addition to federal unemployment programs are boosted by $600 a week for four months.

Amendments to the New Paid Leave Mandates: Reduces to sums provided by the reimbursable payroll tax credit the employees have to compensate for the paid sick and family leave under *.

The federal government is currently finalizing the details and procedures for the implementation and implementation of the various programs and reliefs. As per the duty, Blue Arrow CPAs is tracking the guidelines closely and will promptly provide the customers with reliable details.

What we can do:
Now is the time for all the documents to be organized to enforce them as soon as it becomes accessible. As standard procurement processes would have little time, it is important that specialist expertise is available on your side.

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