• Tax credit rebates of up to $1,200 per individual and $500 per child that are phased out for taxpayers with AGI over $75,000 ($150,000 MJF and $112,500 HOH) and will be “rapidly advanced”

 

  • Deferral of 50% of an employer’s payroll tax deposits for 2020 (with 50% of deferred amount due by December 31, 2021, and 50% due by December 31, 2022)

 

  • A refundable employer retention credit equal to 50% of qualified wages against quarterly employment taxes, to offset up to $10,000 of wages paid per employee in 2020

 

  • The reinstatement of NOL carrybacks for the 2018–2020 taxable years, and repeal of the 80% taxable income limitation for the 2018–2020 taxable years

 

  • A TCJA technical correction that classifies qualified improvement property as 15-year recovery period, allowing the bonus depreciation deduction to be claimed for such property retroactive as if it was included in the TCJA at the time of enactment

 

  • Penalty-free withdrawals of tax retirement funds of up to $100,000 (income recognized over a three-year period)

 

  • A temporary waiver of RMD requirements in 2020

 

  • Increased individual and corporate charitable contribution deductions for 2020

 

  • The deferral of excess business loss limitations until 2021

 

  • Deferral of an employer’s 2020 minimum contributions to its single-employer defined benefit pension plan until January 1, 2021

 

  • An increase in the business interest deduction limitations from 30% to 50% of adjusted taxable income for the 2019 and 2020 taxable year

 

  • An exclusion from income for employer-payments made on employee student loans paid before January 1, 2021

 

  • The acceleration of the corporate credit for prior-year minimum tax liability, allowing 100% of the credit to be claimed in 2019 (2018 at the election of the taxpayer)

 

  • A COD exclusion of small business Payroll Protection loans forgiven under the Act

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