Jill Noack is a partner and service area leader for the audit and accounting and M&A service areas. She assists clients with audited and reviewed financial statements, GAAP compliance issues and implementation, software consulting, and accounting services. Jill is also a leader of the mergers and acquisitions due diligence team, and she works extensively with clients, investment bankers, and private equity firms on both buy and sell-side engagements, serving as a key member of the advisory team on several middle-market transactions. Jill works with a variety of clients in industries with a specialization in manufacturing and wholesale distribution, franchises, and technology. Jill has provided public accounting services at Redpath and Company since 2002.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
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The recently passed CARES Act, which you can see a broad overview of by clicking here, provides emergency assistance to individuals and businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Provisions of the CARES Act that affect individual taxpayers include recovery rebates, an adjustment to the availability of retirement funds, a change to charitable contribution deductions, and […]
On Friday, March 27th, President Trump signed the CARES Act into law providing emergency assistance to individuals and businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to emergency aid provisions, the $2 trillion bill contains both tax and non-tax provisions designed to stimulate the economy and increase liquidity.
The CARES Act approved by the Senate late Wednesday provides broad relief to many businesses and individuals—and you can see a summary of the Act by clicking here. Two major provisions that will impact businesses and their operational decisions immediately are the employee retention credit and the ability to delay payment of employer payroll taxes.