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Kernutt Stokes Named a Top Business to Work ForKernutt Stokes has been named one of the best businesses to work for by Oregon Business magazine. The firm placed 27th in the medium-sized companies category (35-99 employees) in magazine's annual list of the 100 Best...
Applications for Oregon's Commercial Rent Relief Program Start March 8Oregon’s new Commercial Rent Relief program provides $100 million in financial assistance for small businesses and commercial landlords negatively impacted by economic conditions due to the COVID-19...
Applications for Oregon's Landlord Compensation Fund Start February 16With Oregon House Bill 4401, the State of Oregon has allocated $150 million to the Landlord Compensation Fund. This new relief fund allows qualifying residential landlords to apply for financial...
While 2020 was a challenging year for most, it also marked the 75th anniversary for Kernutt Stokes. To recognize this milestone, the firm recently announced plans to donate $75,000 back to the community.
Kernutt Stokes has been named a Best Company to Work For in Oregon by Oregon Business magazine in 2021.
Do you need to file 1099s? Make sure you know about changes for 2020.
Do you have employees? Make sure you know the year-end reporting and compliance requirements and what’s changing in 2021.
Congress overwhelmingly passed a $900 billion relief bill to provide assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new bill, named the Consolidation Appropriations Act, 2021, will provide more than $300 billion in aid for small businesses, extend weekly unemployment benefits, and provide stimulus payments to individuals.
Congressional leaders reached an agreement Sunday on a new Stimulus Bill, providing assistance to Americans and businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Both chambers are expected to vote on the new Bill today, and the full legislative text is expected soon.
On November 7, the Associated Press (AP) called the presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden. Although President-Elect Biden has not released a formal, detailed plan addressing his vision for the tax code, we can gain a sense of how his approach differs through casual mentions of some aspects of tax policy on the campaign trail.
As the world continues to contend with the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout, businesses are doing all they can to mitigate risks and plan for a recovery that’s anything but certain. Read on to explore the tax relief tactics that can help take your business from reacting to the day-to-day challenges to preparing for the future.