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The rapid spread of COVID-19 has introduced new challenges across the business landscape. KPMG

Tax, trade, and other authorities around the world are responding with regulatory change, relief measures, and extensions. As a result of new U.S. legislation, as well as existing rules, there are some opportunities in place and several others being discussed that encourage cash retention and provide additional benefits for businesses affected.

Working together, KPMG can help business leaders respond with practical and informed approaches to navigate uncertainty and gain clarity in changing times.

The following insights and guidance can provide perspective and a better understanding of evolving business implications as they occur. 

Thanks to KPMG for the information, the graphic, and their support as a Silver Sponsor of the OC Startup Council.


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