We Want to Help
Below you will find links to information shared by our members.
Help for U.S. Companies
- Arizona State Executive Order
- State and Major Localities Closure Orders as of 4/23/2020
- 2020 Cares Act Loan Options
- Relief provided by the CARES Act will affect accounting and financial reporting
- CARES Act considerations: Private Equity funds and portfolio companies
- Paycheck Protection Program Interim Final Rule
- Paycheck Protection Program FAQs
- Order and Guidance to Screen Employees as of 4/23/2020
- Return to Work Guide
- Active SBA Lenders Located in Arizona
- Maricopa SBDC
- How to Calculate PPP Maximum Loan Amounts
Help for Canadian Companies
- Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy Legislation Receives Royal Assent
- RSM Funding Guide
- The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
- Support for Canadian Businesses
- Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan
- Tax Updates in Canada
Help for Individuals and Businesses
- Guide to Coronavirus Mortgage Relief Options
- BeachFleischman COVID-19 Resource Center
- Need Help Getting Elective Surgeries Scheduled?
- Registration of Canadians Abroad
- Temporary Restriction of Travelers Crossing US-Canada and Mexico Land Borders for Non-Essential Purposes
- Updated Information on Mail Delivery Interruptions with Canada Post
From the IRS
- Revenue Procedure 2020-20, which provides that, under certain circumstances, up to 60 consecutive calendar days of U.S. presence that are presumed to arise from travel disruptions caused by the COVID-19 emergency will not be counted for purposes of determining U.S. tax residency and for purposes of determining whether an individual qualifies for tax treaty benefits for income from personal services performed in the United States.
- Revenue Procedure 2020-27, which provides that qualification for exclusions from gross income under I.R.C. section 911 will not be impacted as a result of days spent away from a foreign country due to the COVID-19 emergency based on certain departure dates.
- FAQ, which provides that certain U.S. business activities conducted by a nonresident alien or foreign corporation will not be counted for up to 60 consecutive calendar days in determining whether the individual or entity is engaged in a U.S. trade or business or has a U.S. permanent establishment, but only if those activities would not have been conducted in the United States but for travel disruptions arising from the COVID-19 emergency.