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WSM Virtual 2021 is underway! Check out all the special deals brands are offering like Focus, HotBuy! and Concentration. Instant Message is always a member favorite and you can see the recorded messages on the Winter Sports Market platform. There are over 25 separate messages from your favorite brands. Finally, all your buying program information…
REMINDER – WSM Buyer training Jan 6 11:00am EST! Your email contains the link to join!
21-22 INSTANT MESSAGE PARTICIPANTS Posted: Bos&Co | Bula | Dakota Grizzly | FW Apparel | Head Sportswear | Hestra | Hot Chillys | Lorpen | Mons Royale | Oakley | O’Neill | Outdoor Gear | Picture Organic Clothing | Polarmax | Reusch | Rossignol Apparel | Screamer | Skea | Sno Skins | Snow Angel…
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Business leaders across the country, while struggling themselves, are looking for ways to assist their employees impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The concern for their employees is genuine—yet at some point, employers may ask “What are the tax consequences of this assistance?” and “Are there any tax issues or opportunities with this employee assistance?” On March 13, 2020, the federal government declared the Coronavirus crisis a disaster, under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. An employer can utilize Section 139, Disaster Relief Payment, of the tax law allowing employers to provide monetary assistance to its employees after a disaster. Under Section 139, an employee can receive tax-free relief payments, which the employer can deduct. These payments are deductible for the employer and not taxable to the employee. Further, an employer is also not required to report these amounts with their payroll returns, and the employee will not receive any tax documents.