Coronavirus Restrictions Aren’t Going Anywhere Just Yet, Tarrant County Judge SaysNADA Coronavirus Web PortalDepartment of LaborEnvironmental Protection AgencyDallas Sick Leave OrdinanceYour Employee Tested Positive for Covid-19. What Do You Do?NTXAD DocumentsMAY2020 Return to Live Events SurveyCovered Services Executive Order May 27Health Protocols for VotersPresident’s Plan for Opening up America AgainGov. Abbott Executive Order May 18Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness ApplicationExecutive Orders for Auto Sales by StateSafe Operation of Dealership Initiative; Hand Sanitizing Station ResourcePaycheck Protection Program Loans FAQs Page 16Attorney General Letter for Dallas CountyUS Department of Labor Acts to Help American Workers, EmployersIRS: Three New Tax Credits for BusinessesDallas Sick Leave Lawsuit UpdateSpecial Plan from Spectrum CableTexans Back to Work Report Paycheck Protection Program Loans FAQS May 6 IRS Grants NADA Request for Clarification of Eligibility for Employee Retention Tax Credit Supplemental Order of County Judge Clay Jenkins on Reopened Services/Food Processing PlantsNADA: Dealership Health & Safety Concerns During a PandemicAPRILGovernor’s Strike Force to Open TexasOpen Texas Checklist – RetailersPPP Analysis of SBA FAGsFamilies First Coronavirus Response Act: Q&ALoans by StateLoan SizeProven Fixed Ops Strategies During COVID-19Texas Executive Order GA-18Texas Executive Order GA-19Texas Executive Order GA-20Open Texas Report April 27Best Ideas from NADA 20 Groups in Times of COVID-19 StressGuidance to Frisco DealershipsDallas County Executive Order April 23City of Frisco OrdinanceDigital Retailing Disruption: The Dealer PerspectiveDealer Drop Off InfoDallas County Open Showrooms April 21Tarrant County Executive Order April 21Dallas Rules for Essential RetailersOEM Franchisor Numbers as of April 17US Open up America“Paycheck Protection Loan – Now What’s Next” WebinarSafely Operating Your Dealership During a PandemicMcKinney Sales Guide April 8NTXAD Online Sales Guide April 7Paycheck Protection Program DocumentsCares Act and Its Impact on DealershipsCash Impacts CARES Act Through SBA Loans and Tax Law Changes. Dallas Shelter in PlaceMARCHSigned Denton County Disaster DeclarationTexas Government RolesCARES Act – Loan ProvisionsExecutive Orders ChartSBA Affiliation AnalysisTX State Response To COVID 19Travel Authorization Letter TemplateCISA Clarification Letter to the PresidentCOVID-19 Updates By CountyCollin CountyDallas CountyDenton CountyEllis CountyKaufman CountyHood CountyJohnson CountyParker CountyRockwall CountyTarrant CountyWise CountyNew Rule, Applications for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)Last night, the Small Business Administration issued an Interim Final Rule designed to provide further clarification on the PPP. Among other things, the Rule clarifies the computation of payroll costs. Specifically, the following costs are not included when computing payroll costs for the initial loan application and for loan forgiveness. Federal employment taxes imposed or withheld between February 15, 2020, and June 30, 2020, including the employee’s and employer’s share of FICA and Railroad Retirement Act taxes; and income taxes required to be withheld from employees. Bottom line: all the federal taxes imposed or withheld during the 12 months prior to the loan may be included in payroll costs, except for the period shown above. In addition, the SBA last night issued new Borrower Application and Lender Application.forms For other information on the PPP, see the SBA’s PPP webpage. NADA is working with SBA to address several PPP issues and intends to issue a PPP FAQ later today.