Does your organization still comply with FFCRA? Learn how to benefit from ongoing tax credits for employee leave.
Although the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) allowances for sick and family leave expired on December 31, the latest stimulus legislation offers tax credits to employers who provide voluntary leave modeled on the FFCRA.
You need to understand the FFCRA requirements so that you can continue to grant employee leave and receive reimbursement via tax credits. It is essential to adhere to recordkeeping requirements for paid leave taken as a result of COVID-19.
- What are the basics of EPSLA and EFMLEA?
- When is a leave considered to be related to COVID-19?
- How should you handle leave requests from employees allowed to telework?
- How do FFCRA and FMLA leave compare?
- When may employees take intermittent leave?
- What recordkeeping requirements must you follow?
- How is leave covered by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021?
- What tax credits are available for voluntary FFCRA-type leave?
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