Update on the Affordable Care Act

In July 2020, our office filed protective claims for some of you in the event that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would be overturned. We knew of a court case challenging the… Continue On +

HHS Provider Relief Funds Reporting Extensions and PPP Updates

HHS- Provider Relief Funds (PRF) Update On Friday, June 11th the Heath Resources & Services Administration released a revised notice of reporting requirements and reporting timeline for recipients of the provider relief… Continue On +

PPP 1 Loan Update

In a March 11th blog, https://www.fluenceportland.com/consulting/ppp-forgiveness-applications-should-you-apply,  we laid out some recommendations on when to apply for forgiveness on your first PPP loan.  Now that we are two months down the road, we wanted to… Continue On +

Important Tax Updates

-Important Updates- Personal Tax Filing Deadline Extended until May 17th Updates on PPP Loans & Applying for Forgiveness Updates on the Employee Retention (ERC) Credit Updates on the HHS Provider Relief Fund… Continue On +

American Rescue Plan Act (ARP Act)

Yesterday, the President signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP Act) of 2021 (the stimulus package). Below are some highlights of the ARP Act: $1,400 per person stimulus payments for taxpayers and… Continue On +

HHS Provider Relief Fund Registration is Open and You Must Register

If you have received the Health and Human Services (HHS) Provider Relief Fund payments of $10,000 or more, you must register in the Provider Relief Fund reporting portal.  This is a new… Continue On +

TD & ADCPA Study Club Session #3 on March 2nd

  Exclusive Thriving Dentist & ADCPA Study Clubs for ADCPA Dentist Members    We had an amazing TD & ADCPA exclusive study club session #2 on Tuesday, January 19th. I hope each… Continue On +

The Employee Retention Credit – A Tax Credit That May Benefit You

When the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) first came out in 2020, the rule said that if you received PPP loan money, you were not eligible for the ERC. For most taxpayers, that… Continue On +