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What the CARES Act means for employers

Part of the Tax News & Views podcast series

Jonathan Traub discusses some of the areas of interest to recovery planning tax departments found in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). This includes a focus on the temporary provision allowing companies to delay the deposit of payroll taxes to the government.

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Tax podcast: CARES Act tax implications for employers

April 4, 2020

On this episode of our tax podcast, we take a look at areas in the CARES Act important to taxpayers, from the temporary provision allowing companies to delay the deposit of payroll taxes to the government to the Paycheck Protection Program. Deloitte Tax Policy group leader Jonathan Traub talks about what employers need to know about them.

We also discuss the importance of focusing on guidance for implementation and what additional legislation might be on the way.

The law as written is one thing. The law as implemented is something else entirely. And we are seeing federal agencies now try to put the CARES Act into regulatory language and into guidance and applications for loans, etc. And those details really matter a lot.

—Jonathan Traub

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