Raising revenue to pay for this bill will cause an all-out food fight amongst sectors of the business community.
Lisbeth A. Lyons
The US Postal Service released its 10-year strategic plan this week. It’s a mixed bag for the commercial printing and mailing sector.
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed H.R. 1319, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) passed by Congress one day earlier, into law.
ARPA includes several tax policy provisions relevant to employers and their employees.
ARPA includes provisions related to unemployment benefits as well as multi-employer pension plans.
ARPA includes provisions aimed at small business economic recovery via Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans.
ARPA includes provisions providing targeted sector-specific assistance to companies within key print verticals.
Today marks a two-week window in which lenders will be servicing micro-businesses seeking loans through the PPP.
The Paycheck Protection Program will officially reopen the week of Jan. 11, 2021 according to the US SBA and US Department of Treasury.
The two final Senate races have been decided. If the operations manager in you is wondering, “How does that even work?”, read on.
HR 133, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, provides approximately $900 billion to bolster the U.S. economy amid the continued spread of COVID-19 and includes targeted economic relief for specific print verticals that have been especially hard-hit during the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump signed HR 133 and several employer-related tax provisions were included in the Act.
Part of the pandemic-related financial assistance to the USPS is to keep the critical supply chain partner delivering.
President Trump signed a combination COVID-19 stimulus/relief and omnibus government funding bill passed by the House and Senate.
As an essential industry, print and packaging has continued to function throughout a difficult 2020. PRINTING United Alliance has staunchly advocated Congress pass a major year-end COVID relief package before adjourning for the year.