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Instead of April 15, the following are now due July 15:
- Federal Income Tax return filing
- Tax due on 2019 personal income tax returns
- First and second quarter 2020 personal estimated tax payments
- Contributions to Traditional or Roth IRAs, SEPs, and HSAs, for 2019
IRS installment agreement information
Providing direct deposit info for stimulus payments
SBA Loans may be available to assist you:
Comparison of PPP and EIDL programs:
WA State 10k grants for businesses impacted:
Please post this new required poster:
You are required to pay employees that aren’t working due to their own illness, the illness of a close family member, or (to a lesser extent) due to the closure of child care facilities and schools. There is a payroll tax credit to reimburse you for these wages.
Paid sick leave is required (up to 80 hours, if full-time):
And then Paid Family Medical Leave is required for up to 10 weeks (at 2/3 normal pay). There is a payroll tax credit to assist you with these wages as well. We don’t have information yet on the relationship between this emergency federal paid leave (to be paid by employers – even small ones) and WA State’s Paid Family Medical Leave program.
Here is a great rundown on employer sick and family medical requirements:
Here is a great FAQ from Labor & Industries on what you can and can’t do as an employer:
Laid off employees:
Please check here to see if you are eligible for unemployment. You may be eligible even if you were part-time or a gig worker:
You may be eligible for benefits under unemployment (see Laid off employees, above). A federal income tax credit may apply if you were unable to work due to the shutdown of nonessential businesses or for childcare reasons.
Stimulus Check questions:
Last updated: 4/11/20