Sale and Marketing

For Businesses to succeed post COVID-19 their marketing strategies will have to change for the balance of 2020 and into the future. During the COVID-19 pandemic many companies, small and large alike have found new methods, to generate new prospects, win new, and keep existing customers.  Changing their marketing and

Michels & Hanley CPAs, LLP COVID-19 – PPP Loan Forgiveness changes coming as Senate passes House bill June 4th, 2020 | Client Alert The U.S. Senate passed the House version of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) legislation last night, tripling the time allotted for small businesses and other PPP loan recipients

The New Workplace: Part II – Moving Forward May 18th, 2020 | By Jules Halpern Associates | Employee Attendance, Employee Performance, Employee Schedules, Employer Liability, Employer Policies, Employment Law, Employment Trends, Human Resources, Management, Working from Home, Workplace Culture In Part I of our “New Workplace” series we explored what employers need to do as they transition back to the workplace. With most states beginning

News and Articles The New Workplace: Part I – Transitioning  Back Post COVID-19 April 28th, 2020 | By Jules Halpern Associates   As the country begins to look forward to the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic, many employers are wondering how their operations will need to adjust to the “new workplace.”

Michels & Hanley CPAs, LLP COVID-19 – PPP Loan Forgiveness – SBA Answers More Questions on PPP Loans and Forgiveness 5.26.20 | Client Alert On Friday evening, May 22, the SBA issued additional guidance on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness, loan review procedures and related borrower and lender responsibilities.

News and Articles What do Schools Need to do to Safely Reopen? May 18th, 2020 | By Jules Halpern Associates |Education Law, Private Schools,Student Protection, Student Safety As America continues with the process of slowly reopening during the coronavirus pandemic, questions have begun regarding the reopening of schools in the fall. Forty-seven states have