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Md. Dept. of Commerce Update: 5/27/2020
July 29, 2021

Good Morning!

Today- Interactive HR Webinar - Your COVID19 Questions Answered - Wednesday, May 27th, Noon-1pm. Presenters: Johnny Gilman and Steven Brown of McAllister, DeTar, Showalter & Walker LLC. The majority of the hour will be spent on Q&A – both interactive questions and answering questions submitted during registration. Hosted by the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce. Free Click here to register

FHFA Announces Payment Deferral as New Repayment Option for Homeowners in COVID-19 Forbearance Plans

IRS Allows Employers to Claim Tax Credit for Paying Furloughed Employees' Health Premiums

Employers that qualify for the CARES Act's employee retention credit may treat health plan expenses paid to furloughed employees as qualified wages for purposes of the retention credit. Qualified employers that do not pay wages to laid off or furloughed employees, but continue health coverage for those employees may treat the associated health plan expenses as qualified wages, the IRS said.

Staying Inspired and Connecting With Customers During a Crisis

Thursday, May 28, 2:00 PM ET Register here:

Join Inc. for a conversation with self-made entrepreneur Kendra Scott. Like most retailers, her namesake billion-dollar jewelry and lifestyle brand is dealing with unprecedented circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic. During her talk, Kendra will share her thoughts on how the retail industry is changing in real-time, what she and her team are doing to remain inspired and creative, and why maintaining connections with your customers and community is vital now more than ever.

Inspiration: A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.  ~ Hugh Downs


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