Leverage the Current Pandemic to Proactively Prepare for Future Disasters

Jo Becker

Jo Becker

A Realtor®-turned-fair housing advocate, Jo Becker was a licensed housing provider for 8 years before working for a statewide fair housing nonprofit for 10 years. There she trained over 10,000 individuals to consistently rave reviews. Jo focuses on training property managers, maintenance and service technicians, and private landlords, as...
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Jo Becker

The passage of the Families First and Cares Acts has caused massive changes to IRS Form 941 that affect the final three quarters in 2020! 16 new lines now appear on this form along with changes to two others! Are you ready to meet these changes and handle them correctly?

Here are just some of the new items you must now know and understand:

  • What has changed in Line 11?
  • Where do you enter your total non-refundable credits?
  • Where do you enter the deferred amount of the employer share of social security tax?
  • Where do you enter total deposits, deferrals, and refundable credits?
  • What is entered on Line 22?

Webinar Objectives

The current environment has demonstrated with overwhelming clarity what professional emergency managers have been preaching for years:  Disasters – great and small, natural or manmade – can occur at any time. The current situation has also shown how very resilient, resourceful, and compassionate we are. As we begin to adjust to the ‘new normal’ and to set our collective sights on the horizon, this is a perfect opportunity to capture lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic; draft or update contingency operation plans; and proactively engage residents in a collaborative planning process so that all are better prepared for the future.

Webinar Agenda

  • Emergencies vs. disasters and why worry about them?
  • Crafting two messages for your residents
  • How and why to focus your campaign on animals or others your residents care about 
  • Thoughts on prioritizing which disasters to plan for first
  • A few notes about Residential fires
  • Free resources you can use

Webinar Highlights

After attending this informative webinar, you will be able to…

  • Demonstrate your concern by identifying and touting the steps you’re already taking to safeguard the property and your residents.  
  • Empower residents to plan ahead for potential emergencies and disasters of all kinds.
  • Utilize readily available resources to create a custom preparedness campaign for your property without recreating the wheel.
  • Reach out to local community partners for resident presentations.
  • Offer low- and no-cost steps for residents to take, making this session relevant to all including subsidized, income-restricted, and / or retirement communities.

Who Should Attend

  • Leasing managers
  • On-site managers
  • Portfolio managers
  • Compliance officers
  • Resident services coordinators (in affordable housing communities)
  • Maintenance and service technicians
  • Community concierges (in high-end housing communities)
  • Independent landlords or small operators
To access this webinar, kindly reach out to our customer support team at support@complianceducator.com.

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