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CARES Act • Coronavirus Financial Assistance


In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, The CARES Act provides small business-owners:

• SBA Disaster Loans • Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

• NYC Continuity • NYS Program • IRS Family First Initiative


We will help you apply for emergency money, even if you have an outstanding tax problem. Get the Money you Need.


Don't let a Federal Tax Lien keep you from getting the money you need. For more information, please contact us directly.


Free Consultation Discuss your tax, financial and insurance problems with an experienced Attorney, Federal Tax Practitioner and CPCU. Legally privileged consultations available by telephone Monday through Friday. 


Unpaid Debts We settle debts, re-negotiate payment agreements, and obtain forbearances from all creditors.  


Insurance Claims We successfully settle large-dollar insurance claims, including business interruption.  


Effective Tax Advocates We specialize in unpaid Income, Sales and Payroll taxes. We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Wage Garnishment and Bank Levy release, Offers in Compromise, and most other tax matters. Missing  Tax Returns prepared and filed. For immediate assistance call (212) 974-3435.



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(212) 974-3435


Construction Companies NYSIF Premium Assessments, Workers Compensation and all other Insurance Audits. Specializing in Employee Misclassification, Unreported Income, Application Fraud, Experience Rating and other W/C violations. For immediate assistance call (212) 974-3435.


Tax Advisors Our strategic Tax Planning and Advisory services are designed to help Business-owners significantly reduce their income tax liability in 2020 and beyond. Keep more of what you earn. Schedule a Free Consultation by calling or contacting us Online.

Payroll & Sales Tax & Workers Comp Audit Representation
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Governor Cuomo has issued an executive order expanding the Tax Commissioner’s authority to abate late filing and payment penalties to also allow the Commissioner to abate interest on quarterly sales and use tax filings and remittances with a due date of March 20, 2020 for those who were unable to timely file and pay as result of the COVID-19 virus, such as:  ·      taxpayers who were unable to meet tax filing, payment, or other deadlines because key employees were treated or suspected to have COVID-19;  ·      taxpayers whose records necessary to meet tax filing, payment, or other deadlines are not available due to the outbreak;  ·      taxpayers who have difficulty in meeting tax filing, payment, or other deadlines because of closure orders or similar business disruptions directly resulting from the outbreak; and  ·    taxpayers whose tax practitioners were unable to complete work to meet tax filing, payment, and other deadlines on behalf of their clients due to the outbreak.  Returns must be filed and the amount due must be paid within 60 days of the due date for this relief to apply.  Exception  Sales Tax Vendors who are required to file returns on a monthly basis and participants in the Promptax program for sales and use tax or prepaid sales tax on fuel are not eligible for this relief.  How to obtain relief  Taxpayers seeking interest and penalty abatements for COVID-related filing and payment delays may request relief by visiting the Department’s website at www.tax.ny.gov. From the Department homepage, taxpayers can click on Tax Department response to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to find instructions on how to apply for relief.  Alternatively, taxpayers that receive a penalty notice from the Tax Department for failure to file returns or make payments due March 20, 2020, should follow the instructions on the notice to request abatement of interest and late filing or late payment penalties that would otherwise apply.  Abatements of penalties and rate of interest on late payments not made by the date required by law or not covered by this announcement will be handled on a case-by-case basis. 

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