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KPMG reports on U.S. responses to COVID-19

KPMG reports on U.S. responses to COVID-19

KPMG’s reports including analysis and observations on responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States

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KPMG reports on responses to COVID-19

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Recent reports

August 2020

Aug 10 - KPMG report: Initial impressions about presidential memorandum on deferring payroll tax obligations (COVID-19)

Aug 4 - KPMG report: Tax issues that banks are facing due to COVID-19


July 2020

No reports in July 2020


June 2020

No reports in June 2020


May 2020

May 29 - KPMG report: Initial impressions of Notice 2020-41 and “beginning of construction” under sections 45 and 48 (COVID-19)

May 5 - KPMG report: Transfer pricing implications for intercompany loans (COVID-19)


April 2020

Apr 30 - KPMG report: Initial impressions of additional FAQs on the employee retention credit (COVID-19)

Apr 30 - KPMG report: Potential COVID-19 impact on health insurance exchange enrollment

Apr 29 - KPMG report: Accounting and financial reporting relating to CARES Act (COVID-19)

Apr 24 - KPMG report: IRS FAQs on NOL carrybacks for taxpayers with section 965 inclusions (COVID-19)

Apr 23 - KPMG report: JCT description of employee retention credit, payroll deferral provisions in CARES Act

Apr 23 - KPMG report: FAQs for determining U.S. trade or business or permanent establishment (COVID-19)

Apr 21 - KPMG report: COVID-19-related inventory impairments; cash flow opportunity for resellers

Apr 17 - KPMG report: Relief to make or withdraw a real property trade or business or farming business election and certain other elections related to the CARES Act changes to section 163(j)

Apr 16 - KPMG report: ATNOL carrybacks under the CARES Act

Apr 14 - KPMG report: Tax considerations of disruptions in healthcare industry in COVID-19 environment

Apr 10 - KPMG report: Initial impressions of IRS guidance implementing NOL provisions in CARES Act (COVID-19)

Apr 8 - KPMG report: Debt restructuring, considerations for private equity (COVID-19)

Apr 6 - KPMG report: Accounting and reporting impacts of CARES Act (COVID-19)

Apr 3 - KPMG report: Employer-related liquidity–tax credits, deferrals, and efficiencies (COVID-19)

Apr 3 - KPMG report: CARES Act, considerations for private equity funds with corporate portfolio companies (COVID-19)

Apr 2 - KPMG report: Lending programs under CARES Act, including interactions with tax provisions (COVID-19)


March 2020

Mar 31 - KPMG report: Income tax accounting (COVID-19)

Mar 30 - KPMG report: Cash-flow planning, leveraging tax accounting methods and credits (COVID-19)

Mar 30 - KPMG report: Compensation and benefits considerations (COVID-19)

Mar 30 - KPMG report: REIT considerations (COVID-19)

Mar 27 - KPMG report: Tax provisions in the CARES Act (COVID-19 “phase 3” response): Preliminary analysis and observations

Mar 24 - KPMG report: Timing considerations for QOF and QOF investors in light of COVID-19

Mar 23 - KPMG report: REITs and cash conservation in response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Mar 23 - KPMG report: Hotel REITs and taxable REIT subsidiaries; lease amendments in response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Mar 21 - KPMG report: Income tax accounting, possible effects from coronavirus (COVID-19)

Mar 21 - KPMG report: New law (H.R. 6201) provides paid FMLA and sick leave (COVID-19)

Mar 17 - KPMG report: Employers providing employee hardship assistance related to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Mar 16 - KPMG report: Compensation and benefits concerns in uncertain times—telecommuting and other items (COVID-19 considerations)

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