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GREAT CPE OPTIONS TO GET YOU UP-2-SPEED

PPP Round Two and Other Year-End Tax Developments
on-demand - 4 CPE Credits


2021 Employment Law Update
1.28.21 @ 9am MT
1 CPE Credit - COMPLIMENTARY FOR ISCPA MEMBERS
(Can't join us on 1.28.21? NO Worries, you can view this event on-demand starting 1.29.21 - learn more)

It has been a year – John Ashby, employment attorney at Hawley Troxell will discuss how to be prepared to address employment law issues in the upcoming year.  He will also provide an update on employment law developments, trends, and lessons learned from 2020! Along with an update and practical guidance on several employment law issues that are likely to be hot topics with the current pandemic and new administration in 2021. 


ISCPA members can register for any of the AICPA Town Hall Series complimentary through our website
(NOTE - please register only if you "seriously" plan to attend - the meeting room space is limited)
1 - 2pm MT

January 7 January 21 February 4 February 18
March 4 March 18 April 1 April 8
April 22      

Visit ISCPA's 2021 Need to Know Resources for access to previous Town Halls and important resources shared during these events.
(ISCPA membership required)


 



4.30.20 - Governor Little:

Gov. Little plans to distribute $300 million in cash grants to small businesses

4.23.20 - Governor Little:

4.15.20 - Governor Little extends stay-home order through April 30

3.27.20 - Governor Little signs new executive orders, proclamation to further position Idaho to overcome coronavirus challenge

3.25.20 - Governor Little issues state-wide Stay-At-Home Order - ISCPA Essential Services Member Message

State of Idaho Official Order to Self-Isolate
Stay-Home Order Guidance on Essential Services

3.21.20 - US Treasury ordered the IRS to extend filing and payment deadlines by 90 days to July 15 for federal returns.

3.23.20 - Governor Little delayed income tax filing and payment deadlines in Idaho by 60 days, until June 15, 2020.