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In light of the continuously evolving situation surrounding COVID-19 we want you to know that we are fully committed to you and your businesses. We will continue to serve your needs and provide exceptional service through these challenging times.

You may have heard that local, state, and federal governmental authorities are considering potential relief measures for businesses and individuals in the form of extended filing deadlines, deferral of income or payroll tax payments, and other tax-related initiatives. If any such measures are enacted, we will communicate those changes to you at that time and will be available to discuss the specific impacts for you and your business.

We have put together a collection of information pertaining to COVID-19. We hope you find these resources a useful tool. Please do not hesitate to contact any of us at Pease, CPAs with questions or concerns.

We are here to help. 


  • SBA Loan Programs
  • Paycheck Protection Program
  • Pease, CPAs Paycheck Protection Program: Now That You Have The Money, How to Maximize Loan Forgiveness Webinar - 4/22/20 - Video
  • Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL)
  • Families First Coronavirus Response Act


BWC is sending up to $1.6 billion to Ohio employers to ease the economic impact of COVID-19. This equals 100% of the premiums employers paid in policy year 2018. BWC will apply the dividend to an employer's outstanding balance first, including the recent installment deferrals. Any amount exceeding outstanding balances will be sent to the employer. This policy supersedes original directive to allow deferral of unpaid insurance premium installments due for March, April, and May until June 1, 2020. Please click on the FAQ for more information.
ODI issues Bulletin to all health plan insurers to defer premium payments interest free, for up to 60 calendar days from each original premium due date. This Bulletin also speaks to Employee Eligibility, Continuation Coverage, and Special Enrollment.
Department of Job and Family Services provides a voluntary layoff aversion program that allows workers to remain employed and employers to retain trained staff during reduced business activity by reducing hours uniformly and supplementing with unemployment insurance benefits.
ODOT issues Special Blanket Permit for Haulers - Haulers carrying heavy or oversized loads of food, non-alcoholic beverages, medical supplies, cleaning products, and other household goods.


Gordy Jones

Senior Manager


Chuck Fenske

VP of Consulting


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