FFCRA For Self Employed

FFCRA For Self Employed

As a self-employed individual, you may be wondering how the FFCRA (Families First Coronavirus Response Act) applies to you. Well, good news! The FFCRA provides certain benefits for self-employed individuals, such as tax credits for paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of how self-employed individuals can take advantage of the FFCRA and navigate these challenging times. So, sit back and let’s get started!

FFCRA landmark legislation‌ that ​aims ⁢to ​provide relief to working families affected by ⁤the pandemic


The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) is a federal law passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It provides employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for certain COVID-related reasons. Under the FFCRA, eligible employees can receive up to two weeks of paid sick leave and an additional ten weeks of paid family and medical leave at two-thirds of their regular pay rate. This is a significant relief for employees who need to take time off due to the virus or caring for a family member affected by it. The FFCRA is an important legislation to protect the health and well-being of workers during these challenging times.


Your Tax Credit Estimate!!

According to what YOU entered as income and some other factors taken into consideration, it appears you could qualify for a total tax refund in the amount of:

REFUND DISCLAIMER: Please note that this federal tax refund estimate is not guaranteed and is for informational purposes only. There are many factors that go into calculating any federal refund from the IRS such as: 1. If you owe any back taxes; 2. If you’ve already claimed a full or partial tax credit for this program; 3. A full review of your tax return for accuracy; 4. The estimate is for informational use only and is reliant on the accuracy of the information submitted.

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