The House of Representatives voted 220–211 Wednesday to approve the Senate version of a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, which President Joe Biden is expected to sign into law.
It is with great honor that we announce Bowman & Company LLP has joined the CEO Action’s pledge to advance diversity & inclusion within the workplace. Bowman’s Managing Partner, Michael D. Cesaro, signed the pledge to strengthen our Firm’s commitment to putting forth infrastructure and actions that help cultivate an eclectic work environment.
Bowman & Company LLP is excited to announce that we have been chosen to cosponsor the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Companies Practice Section (PCPS) George Willie Ethnically Diverse Student Scholarship and Internship program. Bowman is one of ten accounting firms across the nation that will be hosting an internship for a selected accounting collegiate student.
Bowman & Company LLP Partner Robert S. Marrone recently received the Born to Shine Roosevelt Lifetime Achievement Award by the March of Dimes.
In accordance with New Jersey Bill A-15, the turn of the year will bring significant wage increases across all industries. Effective January 1, 2021, New Jersey’s general minimum wage will increase to $12 per hour.
It is with mixed feelings that we announce the retirement of our beloved and respected Senior Manager, Roebe S. Thompson. Since joining Bowman & Company LLP in 1976, Mr. Thompson has diligently worked to make our Firm what it is today.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced that an additional $100 million of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding will be allocated to assist in the recovery of individuals and small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. This funding comes amid continued restrictions on restaurants and other vital entities.
On Friday, the IRS released IR-2020-195, effectively providing employers guidance for the Presidential Memorandum (“Memorandum”) to defer certain employee Social Security tax withholding.
A "100% penalty" can be assessed against a responsible person when federal income tax and/or federal employment taxes are withheld from employee paychecks but aren't handed over to the government.