Last Updated November 3, 2021
Hayashi Wayland Office Protocols
At Hayashi Wayland, the health and safety of our people, their families, our clients and our communities are of critical importance to us. We are closely monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local health departments to help ensure that we are taking appropriate precautions to ensure everyone’s safety while continuing to provide continuous service.
Hayashi Wayland has opened our doors to the public and returned to our regular office hours of Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm.
The safety of our clients and staff is our first priority and we will operate under all protocols as required by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Monterey County Health Department, including:
- Face masks will be required for all guests. Please be sure you have your face mask on before you enter our office.
- Cleaning protocols are in place throughout our offices and hand sanitizer is provided in each of our lobbies.
- If you are experiencing any of the symptoms identified by the CDC as possibly being COVID-19 related such as coughing, fever, sore throat, and/or shortness of breath, please stay home.
Our HW Team Members continue to be available while they are in the office or working remotely. Please feel free to reach out to your team member with any questions. Hayashi Wayland values our relationship with you, and we commit to staying connected and helping you through this unprecedented situation.
General News Updates
Extended Tax Deadline and Upcoming Tax Payments Due – 4/12/21 – Read more here
Employee Retention Credit Guidelines – 4/8/21 – Read more here
Tax Day for Individuals Extended to May 17, 2021– for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 3/11/2021 COVID-19 Update on The American Rescue Plan of 2021 – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 12/28/2020 COVID-19 Tax Relief Under New COVID-19 Stimulus Bill – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 12/03/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 11/10/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 7/10/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 6/26/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
CARES Act Update – IRS Provides Clarity, Further Relief for Retirement Distributions – 6/23/2020 – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 6/15/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 6/5/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 6/1/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 5/15/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Economic Impact Payments Questions – for full release click here.
Paycheck Protection Program Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 5/1/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Hayashi Wayland 4/17/2020 COVID-19 Update – for full release click here.
Grid of COVID-19 EDD Benefits – to see grid click here.
Hayashi Wayland 4/6/2020 COVID-19 Paycheck Protection Program Update – for full release click here.
Paycheck Protection Program Video – to see video click here.
Hayashi Wayland 3/28/2020 COVID-19 CARES Act Update – for full release click here.
US Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Emergency Loans Checklist and Guidelines for Small Businesses – for checklist click here.
US Chamber of Commerce Furlough vs. Layoff – for full guideline click here.
For Nonprofits- we’re answering your 990 and gala questions in light of COVID-19 – for full article click here.
IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief – for more information and the latest IRS updates visit the full IRS Resource Center.
CA EDD Resources for Workers & Employers – visit full Resource Page.
COVID-19 Extensions to File and Pay Sales Tax
According to the California Department of Tax Fee Administration, returns due between December 15, 2020, and April 30, 2021, for all but the largest taxpayers, will be extended. Taxpayers reporting less than $1 million in tax on a return originally due during this time frame are not required to seek an extension from CDTFA; relief will be provided automatically. Additionally, for these taxpayers, interest and penalties will not accrue on return amounts due, provided payments are made and returns are filed within three months of the original due date. Please see our sales and use tax and special taxes and fees return extension due date page.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA):
On March 18, 2020 President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The FFCAR contains several separate Acts, include Acts to expand family and medical leave and guarantee emergency paid sick leave for employees who work for public and private employers. Certain employees are now entitled to paid family and medical leave and emergency paid sick leave. While employers are obligated to pay for such leave, the FFCRA creates payroll tax credits that covered employers can take advantage of later. The Department of Labor just posted its first round of guidance on the FFCRA, including two fact sheets and a FAQ: Fact Sheet for Employees, a Fact Sheet for Employers and a Questions and Answers.
Our HR Team at Hayashi Wayland can assist you with questions you might have while navigating through the FFCRA. Please contact Sandra Mason, Director of HR, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 759-6334.
Disaster Relief Loans:
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) offers disaster assistance in the form of low-interest loans to businesses, renters, and homeowners located in regions affected by declared disasters. The SBA is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Upon a request received from a state’s or territory’s Governor, SBA will issue under its own authority, as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently signed by the President, an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration.
Our Team at HW can assist you with preparing loan documents, working with your banker, preparation of cash flow analysis; and other information needed to apply for an SBA loan
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Is Hayashi Wayland an essential business?
A: Hayashi Wayland is a vital component of the Financial Service Sector that is outlined in the US Department of Homeland Securities Critical Infrastructure workforce.
Q: When will my tax return be due?
A: On March 20th, 2020 Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, at the direction of President Trump, announced an extension of the tax return filing and tax payment deadline to July 15th, 2020. Read the full article here.The California Franchise Tax Board has already extended the filing and payment deadline to July 15th, 2020.
Q: Is my return being worked on still?
A: Yes, Our staff have returned to the office, and also have the capability to hold meetings with you via phone or video conferencing. You will continue to be able to call or email our staff directly, or contact our offices: https://www.hw-cpa.com/contact/. Fortunately, we have the technology and capability to perform most of our essential business services remotely, and our team will continue to provide you with great service. If you have questions about your specific return(s) please reach out to your Preparer directly or email email@example.com.
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10 Tips for Managing a Remote Workforce – to watch our short video click here.
We know many businesses, ourselves included, are having to quickly learn how to navigate a remote working environment. We put together this quick video with 10 tips to help maintain a productive workforce, a collaborative work environment, and a positive company culture while working remotely.
Trump Signs Coronavirus Relief Bill with Paid-Leave Mandate – for full article click here.
The U.S. Senate approved the Families First Coronavirus Response Act in a 90-8 vote on March 18, and President Donald Trump signed it into law a few hours later. The bill will provide free screening, paid leave and enhanced unemployment insurance benefits for people affected by COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers – for full article click here.
Plan, Prepare and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019
Coronavirus: Paul Weiss Discusses Employment Law and Guidance for Employers – for full article click here.
This article provides a brief overview of the legal obligations relevant to employers during this public health crisis, followed by recommended strategies for employers to ensure business continuity and a safe workplace.
New York Times: So We’re Working From Home. Can the Internet Handle It? – for full article click here.
With millions of people working and learning from home during the pandemic, internet networks are set to be strained to the hilt.
5 Things Organizations Can Do to Brace Against Coronavirus Fallout – for full article click here.
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