April 27, 2020
During this Covid19 Crisis I have been coming to the office to take care of all the Taxes, Payrolls and answer any question everybody has. There are some questions we get more everyday that I would like to make that clear to everyone.
Green 60 Payroll Questions:
- Q – Where can I get my form 941 or 940 for 2019 and 2020?
Answer – You may go to www.Green60.com entre your “username” and “password” on the left bar chose “Reports” quarterly” for form 9841 and “yearly” for form 940. Follow the screen.
- Q– Where can I get my “YTD” reports?
Answer – After sign in go to “MyPayroll” and under the black bar you can find such report.
- Q – I send my employee hours, why I do not have employee’s pay check?
Answer – Please give them at-least an hour to complete the process
R and R Accounting
- Q – Where is my stimulus Check ($1,200.00)
Answer. -The stimulus check comes from IRS and we have no control over that. If you are eligible and IRS has your account number they will deposit it to you account if they do not they will send you a check .
- Q – IRS does not have my account number what can I do:
Answer – You may go to www.IRS.Gove and chose “where is my refund” and follow the screen. Do not be worry if they cannot find your info. Wait until they send you a check.
- Q– My parents are getting “SS” or “SSI” are they eligible to get the stimulus check.
Answer – News changes every minute and based on the information I received, yes they are eligible to get the check.
- Q– My address has changed since last year. Have not received my refund yet.
Answer – Either you go to IRS.gov and change it there or complete form 8822 and mail that in. it will take time to be processed.
- Q – What happened to my SBA loan of $10,000.00?
Answer – If you applied, you need to wait till they respond to you. There is no phone number to call or website to check.
- Q – For PPP loan what is the procedure:
Answer – You need to contact your bank to complete the application. They need total wages, total income and expenses. All these information are in either 2018 of 2019 returns.