Guidance For Determining Whether A Business Enterprise Is Subject To A 75% Workforce Reduction Under Executive Order 202.6

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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Small businesses asking me about applying for SBA loans

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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Federal and State Income Tax Returns Will be Postponed 3 Months

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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President Donald Trump Education Department Testing and Loan Update

The Education Department will not enforce federal rules on standardized testing for K-12 schools and will allow federal student loan borrowers to suspend payments for at least 60 days.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Drive-Thru Testing Sites Now Open

While testing is open to all, you must first be screened to be referred for an appointment. If you are exhibiting symptoms and would like to be screened to take a swab test, please call NY State Department of Health at 888-364-3065.

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DOHMH Is Now Posting A Daily COVID-19 Report

My colleagues and I have been pushing for more information on coronavirus testing and positive cases and a better breakdown of the information. DOHMH is now posting a daily report that has all kinds of data (including borough breakdowns).

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Governor Cuomo Announces Mortgage Payments Will Be Waived for Those Affected

Governor Cuomo made a wise move today with the announcement that mortgage payments will be waived along with late fees and suspending foreclosures for 90 days for people who have been laid off or who are otherwise facing financial hardships due to the outbreak.

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Malliotakis: Releasing Prisoners During Coronavirus Crisis is Insane

Even during an emergency situation, we shockingly still see members of Congress attempting to use the crisis to push their radical agenda.

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Staten Island Delegation Calling On Retired Healthcare Professionals To Volunteer To Staff COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site

If you are, or know someone who is, willing to share their time and expertise to fight this crisis your service will be deeply appreciated.

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There Will Be A Drive-Thru Testing Site In Each Of The Five Boroughs

The Staten Island site, located at South Beach Psychiatric Center (corner of Fr. Capodanno Blvd. and Seaview Avenue), will be the first to open tomorrow Thursday March 19 by appointment only.

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Property tax bills: Calling on the mayor to provide relief

With property tax bills due April 1 and quarterly water bills set to be sent soon, we are calling on the mayor to provide relief by alleviating uncertainty for both local businesses and residents.

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Alternate Side Parking will be suspended in New York City

JUST IN: Starting tomorrow, March 18th and through Tuesday, March 24th, Alternate Side Parking will be suspended in New York City. We will provide updates on any further suspensions as we get closer to next Tuesday. Hopefully this is the last time I will posting about this and the Mayor will announce sooner, rather than […]

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Employers can now apply online for an employee retention grant

From the Mayor’s Office: Starting tomorrow (3/17), small businesses impacted by COVID-19 will be able to apply online for an employee retention grant. The team at the NYC Department of Small Business Services has also been working as quickly as possible to setup the zero-interest loan program, and will be sharing more information on that […]

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If you need help from Social Security

Beginning today, Social Security offices will be closed and all business will be done by phone or online. If you need help from Social Security: · First, please use the secure and convenient online services available at www.socialsecurity.gov/onlineservices. You can apply for retirement, disability, and Medicare benefits online, check the status of an application or […]

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I’m asking Governor Cuomo to postpone the March 20 sales tax payment

After speaking with restaurant and bar owners in my district forced to close by executive order, I’m asking Governor Cuomo to postpone the March 20 sales tax payment for affected businesses. They say this will lift a big burden off their shoulders as they cope with so many other issues right now.

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