HdL would like to share the following resources that may be useful during the COVID-19 crisis. Please click below to be taken to the desired section.
- Q2 Webinars
- Q2 HdL's Projected Cash Impact of Governor's Executive Orders
- Q2 HdL COVID-19 Client Communications
- Q1 Webinars
- Q1 HdL's Projected Cash Impact of Governor's Executive Orders
- Q1 HdL COVID-19 Client Communications
- Additional HdL Service Offerings
- Other COVID-19 Resources
HdL's June 2020 Consensus Forecast Webinar
Presented June 24th by HdL Principals, Denise Ovrom and Bret Plumlee
This webinar reviewed the impact of COVID-19 on California Sales Tax. Click the images below to access the recording and presentation slides.
June 2020 Consensus Forecast Recording
June 2020 Consensus Forecast Presentation Slides
HdL's Sales Tax Deferral Programs Webinar
Presented April 24th by HdL Director of Client Services, Bobby Young
The webinar reviewed the details of Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-40-20 addressing the COVID-19 Sales Tax Deferral Program and the CDTFA’s Small Business Relief Payment Plan. Click the images below to access the recording and presentation slides.
Sales Tax Deferral Programs Recording
Sales Tax Deferral Programs Presentation Slides
ILG Webinar - Financial Uncertainty During COVID-19
Presented April 29th with HdL's Director of Client Services, Bobby Young
This webinar reviewed budget forecasting and financial tips for local government leaders during COVID-19. Click the images below to access the recording and presentation slides. Find additional resources from ILG here.
ILG Webinar Recording Slides
ILG Webinar Presentation Slides
CSMFO Webinar Series - Strategies for Managing Financial Implications Resulting from COVID-19
Presented April 23rd with HdL's Director of Client Services, Bobby Young
This webinar reviewed the best practices for analyzing revenues and cash flow during COVID-19. Click the image below to access the recording and presentation slides.
CSMFO Webinar Recording and Presentation Slides
CMRTA Division 4 Webinar Series - How Cities are Coping with Licensing and Revenue During the Outbreak
Presented May 28th with HdL's Connor Duckworth as moderator
This webinar reviewed how COVID-19 has impacted agencies, business communities, penalties and compliance, collection of revenues and more.
CMRTA Webinar#1 Recording
CMRTA Division 4 Webinar Series - How to Best Utilize Online Business Licensing and Revenue Capabilities
Presented June 3rd with HdL's Connor Duckworth
This webinar reviewed the online functions available for business licensing, types of revenue that can be tracked, optimizing email functionality and state mandated requirements.
CMRTA Webinar#2 Recording
CMRTA Division 4 Webinar Series - Business Sales Tax Exemptions
Presented June 11th with HdL's Darlyne Demeduk
This webinar reviewed federal and state business sales tax exemptions in California.
CMRTA Webinar#3 Recording
CMRTA Division 4 Webinar Series - Legislation Update: Summer 2020
Presented June 16th with HdL's Connor Duckworth
This webinar reviewed legislation updates in relation to Business Licensing, TOT, Rent Control, Cannabis, Utility User Tax and Auxiliary Bills.
CMRTA Webinar#4 Recording
* Public Safety/Prop 172 - 90 Day Extension & $50k Payment Plan
- Visit GFOAT.org for a featured article on HdL's Texas Consensus Forecast and additional Texas COVID-19 resources.
HdL is here to help with additional services that may help your community. Please click the links below for details.
HdL has created temporary online payment portals for many clients. As public counters are closed, jurisdictions need ways to take payments online for activities which typically occurred at the counter. This can be miscellaneous payments needed for finance, building, police, or other department activities. HdL can provide a pop-up online payments site to support receipt of these payments, as a temporary measure to keep these activities moving.
The HdL ECONSolutions team has been assisting some of our clients by creating “COVID-19 Business Information” webpages to share valuable information to their small businesses regarding updates on the COVID-19 pandemic, links to other government agencies and resources for access to capital (e.g. SBA loans and grants, EDD insurance claims and microloans). Additionally the team has also created an “Open for Business” webpage for some cities to list essential businesses (grocery stores, drug stores and restaurants) that are open during the shelter in place period.
The CARES Act contains $340 billion in new funding to address the needs of the American people as we confront the coronavirus pandemic. The bill provides new resources to help strained state, local, and tribal governments as they combat this pandemic; support for hospitals and health care workers on the front lines of this public health crisis; funding to purchase personal protective equipment and much needed medical equipment; support for law enforcement, firefighters, and first responders; funding for scientists researching treatments and vaccines; support for small businesses; support for local schools and universities; and funding for affordable housing and homelessness assistance programs.