Tax Implications of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Please note that this blog is based on laws effective March 21, 2020 and may not contain later amendments. Please contact Cray Kaiser for most recent information.


As the coronavirus event has moved rapidly, markets keep reacting sharply, and people are learning to be adaptable, our elected officials are trying to blunt some of the extreme reactions with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201). Click here to read more details about this Act.



These are certainly trying times and we want to reiterate that Cray Kaiser is here for you. As things continue to evolve in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we at CK are taking additional precautions for the benefit of our team members and our clients.

Effective immediately:


We want to remind our clients of our portal access and your ability to safely and securely share your information with our team. We ask that you email to request your portal access. This will eliminate the need for you to drop off your tax information at our office.


Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. We wish you, your family, and your business health and safety. We will continue to support you as best as we can while keeping each other’s health a priority. If any changes occur during the course of the next few days, we will update our website.

Click here to read more COVID-19 resources.

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