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As a CalCPA member, we recognize the tremendous importance to consistently provide you with any information or resources related to new and changing rules and regulations. This has never been more true than today, and we will continue to work tirelessly on this effort.
We encourage you to renew your membership today and continue to monitor this resource and CalCPA communications for the most up-to-date information.
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April 23: Congress has passed the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (HR 266), which provides $484 billion in additional funding for small-business loans, health care providers and COVID-19 testing: Specifically, $320 billion through the Paycheck Protection Program created under the CARES Act, $50 billion for Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program, $10 billion for Emergency EIDL grants, $75 billion for hospitals and $25 billion to support testing.
AICPA Tax Filing FAQs
Governor Releases Updated Industry Guidance | California Resilience Roadmap
Governor Taps California Business, Labor, Health Care and Community Leaders for New Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery
Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order Providing Relief to California Small Businesses: Order also provides 90-day extension in state and local taxes, including sales tax, and extends licensing deadlines and requirements for a number of Department of Consumer Affairs boards, including the CBA.
Additional assistance available for California small businesses and workers impacted by the crisis:
CPA Services Designated as Essential
State Postpones Deadlines for Filing Tax Protests, Appeals and Refund Claims Due to COVID-19 (FTB): California taxpayers have until July 15 to complete certain time sensitive acts pertaining to state taxes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including claims for refunds with FTB, protests of proposed tax assessments with FTB and appeals to the Office of Tax Appeals of Notices of Action denying claims for refund or affirming tax assessments.
Department of Consumer Affairs: Order Waiving License Renewal Requirements (May 4, 2020)
CBA: While the CBA offices are temporarily closed, CBA staff continue to work remotely and make every effort to continue core licensing and oversight functions. The CBA has indicated it will be as flexible as possible when working to accommodate requests for extensions of certain exam, license or renewal related requirements. We encourage all impacted members to review important licensure information on the CBA’s website and contact the CBA directly with any requests for accommodation.
CalCPA is also urging patience when working with the CBA. While it will make every effort to minimize disruptions, delays to internal processes and work flows may be unavoidable.
Uniform CPA Exam and Initial Licensure
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