The CAA Transparency Rules Will Let Plans and Participants Know. The Department of Labor, Health and Human Services, and the IRS (collectively the Departments) recently released the Interim Final Rules with a request for Comment (IFC), Prescription Drug and Health Care Spending. These rules implement Section 204, Title II, another phase of the transparency provisions
SBA, Treasury Clarify Treatment Of Foreign Affiliates Under PPP Eligibility Criteria
By Melissa Ostrower & Robert R. Perry on
In our post of April 4, we advised there was an ambiguity between the CARES Act and subsequent guidance issued by the Small Business Administration (SBA) on whether employees of foreign affiliates of applicants are considered when determining eligibility for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Applicants in the SBA’s Business Loan Programs (which includes…
Do Employers Count Employees of Foreign Affiliates When Determining Eligibility Under the Paycheck Protection Program?
Applicants in the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Business Loan Programs (which include the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)) are generally subject to the affiliation rule in 13 CFR Section 121.301, subject to certain statutory waivers. These rules provide that in determining a concern’s size, the SBA counts the employees of both the concern whose size is…