COVID-19 Topic: Personal Wealth & Finances
Dimitri Eliopoulos and Joe Dillon from Curi Capital walk through what practices can do with their retirement plans today to manage the economic fallout from the pandemic and how they can plan for the future.
On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act
(CARES Act) was signed into law. In addition to providing direct financial
assistance to Americans, the CARES Act repeals the Medicine Cabinet Tax
provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), expanding the list of qualifying
expenses that can be purchased with health savings accounts (HSAs).
Employers should work with their tax advisors to determine if any upcoming tax filing or payment deadlines, including the Form 5500, have been postponed.
The Curi team summarizes initial takeaways and implications of the act for businesses and individuals in three separate articles.
Our Curi Capital team summarizes the act passed on March 27, including key takeaways and implications for small businesses and individuals.
Our financial advisory affiliate is offering support services to all Curi members during this time of need at no additional charge.
Curi, the North Carolina Medical Society, and the North Carolina Medical Group Management Association have developed a weekly COVID-19 survey of medical practices in North Carolina.
Register for “Planning for the Future While Living in the Present: Managing Your Practice’s Retirement Plan During COVID-19,” presented by Dimitri Eliopoulos and Joe Dillon from Curi Capital.
The general distribution application portal for the next round of $20 billion in funding from the federal CARES Act Provider Relief Fund is now live.
Beginning next week, Curi will be hosting a six-week series of webinars designed to help your practice weather the COVID-19 crisis, held each Thursday at noon….
President Trump earlier today signed into law another interim COVID-19 relief bill, which includes an additional $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses.
Continuing Curi’s analysis of how the new CARES Act stimulus law will affect practices, today we examine what it means for retirement plans and small business finances.
The newly passed federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has significant implications for medical practices, including financial support for small businesses and changes…
Our financial advisory firm, Curi Capital, is offering all Curi members a range of support services for individuals and practices at no charge during the outbreak.