Coronavirus (COVID-19) Knowledge Center

EisnerAmper’s COVID-19 Knowledge Center offers a wealth of guidance, pronouncements and other valuable content to help you both minimize possible business interruptions as well as leverage various stimulus programs to help you with liquidity issues. The Center is staffed by EisnerAmper’s COVID-19 Response Team featuring a cross-section of EisnerAmper experts providing the most comprehensive and timely information possible. To further assist clients with this (and future crises) the firm continues to deploy leading-edge technology that is robust, secure, flexible and can be accessed remotely by our staff to maintain the utmost level of service to which our clients are accustomed. EisnerAmper is there for you during these uncertain times, and we assure you that our commitment to our clients and communities remains strong and focused.

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Blogs January 27, 2021 The OECD Publishes Its Long-Awaited Guidance on Transfer Pricing Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The OECD released its highly-anticipated guidance on transfer pricing implications resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. This article provides a brief summary of several key points.

Blogs January 27, 2021 Were You One of the Many Who Did Not Receive Your Stimulus Check(s)?

This article outlines both who is eligible for and how to claim the recovery rebate credit.

Webinars | Webcasts January 27, 2021 On-Demand Webcast: Annual Business & Individual Federal Tax Update

Our panelists discussed the important federal tax changes for individuals and businesses—including the CARES Act.

Articles January 25, 2021 Developing a Game Plan for Healthcare Organizations Entering Chapter 11

This article examines the aspects of a good game plan – an essential for any CEO preparing to do Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, reorganization or immediate sale of all assets.

Blogs January 25, 2021 Capital Raising for Hedge Funds: Looking Ahead

This article features discussion of how, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and continued political unrest, the stock market has remained resilient and the overall performance of alternative assets in 2020 has allocators thinking to the prospects of 2021.

Articles January 22, 2021 New York State’s View on Telecommuting and an Opening Regarding New York City Unincorporated Business Tax

This article examines whether employees are required to withhold on employees whose primary office is in one state, such as New York, but who have been telecommuting from outside the state to adhere to the CDC guidelines or the need to quarantine.

Blogs January 21, 2021 Who Would Have Thought 2020 Would Be a Record Year?

Despite a global pandemic decimating the economy, 2020 saw the U.S. venture capital sector achieve a record year in terms of VC investment, fundraising and number of mega deals.

Blogs January 20, 2021 President Biden Proposes Certain Tax Benefits in the “American Rescue Plan”

President Joe Biden is expanding the child tax credit and earned income credit as part of his newly unveiled Coronavirus (COVID-19) relief initiative. The American Rescue Plan is part one of an emergency legislative package and includes several item…

Webinars | Webcasts January 19, 2021 On-Demand Webcast: The State of the Multifamily Market

Our panel of real estate leaders gave their perspectives on COVID-era market strategies for multifamily owners, developers & investors.