Opportunities to Increase Cash Flow During COVID-19

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Michaella Johnson, Moss Adams, 503-478-2289
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) is a significant tax-savings opportunity for nongovernmental health care providers—regardless of size or tax status—who didn’t receive Paycheck Protection Program loans, and who have continued to pay wages or health plan expenses to employees throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.

Join us for an on-demand webcast addressing key benefits of the ERTC and how retaining your health care employees throughout the pandemic can help improve cash flow in the short term. We’ll also cover:

  • ERTC eligibility and documentation requirements
  • How to calculate the claim
  • Frequently asked questions about the ERTC
Register

Speakers

Robert Grannum, CPA, Partner, Moss Adams

Rob has been with Moss Adams since 1998. He works extensively with clients in the health care industry, including hospitals, medical groups and individual physicians, providing strategic tax planning and compliance services. He leads the firm’s Washington State Health Care Tax Practice and serves on the firm's Health Care Executive Committee. Rob is also a frequent speaker and author on the impacts of health care reform.

MaryCaitlin Willcuts, Manager, State & Local Tax Services, Moss Adams

MaryCaitlin Willcuts has been in public accounting since 2010. She is a member of the State & Local Tax Services team, primarily focused on hiring and wage based incentives including the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), Disaster credits, zone based incentives, Paid Family Leave credit and state hiring credits. She currently manages the Moss Adams MaxCredits® program, a full-service platform for claiming these tax credits.

Gabriel Sermeno, Senior Manager, State & Local Tax Services, Moss Adams

Gabriel has worked in economic development consulting since 2011. He consults with clients on statutory and discretionary credits and incentives related to economic development activity such as job creation and retention, capital investment, and employee training. He also advises clients on multistate incentive opportunities related to site selection, corporate expansion, and relocation.

Seth Doorn, CPA, JD, Senior Manager, State & Local Tax Services, Moss Adams

Seth is a senior manager who has been in public accounting since 2010, specializing in State and Local Tax. He provides advisory services to clients in a variety of industries including health care, technology and manufacturing.

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