In our last webinar, our presenters focused on the SBA’s requirements for loan forgiveness for PPP loans. They discussed the forgiveness process and requirements, documents to retain and best practices for tracking activity, as well as how to properly account for and record the loan activity. If you missed it, you can watch the full presentation here.
There have been so many questions about PPP and loan forgiveness that came up both during the webinar and in the days that followed, so this next webinar will focus solely on FAQs. In it, our presenters – David Blain, Partner & Director of Entrepreneurial Services and Mark Heath, Partner & Director of Tax Services – will spend the full hour discussing the FAQs we’ve received to date, as well as provide an opportunity for participants to submit questions before and during the webinar and get answers in real time.
Tuesday, May 12 at 2 PM EST
This one hour-long webinar will take place on Tuesday, May 12th at 2:00 p.m. EST. One “Other” CPE credit (Advisory) is available for this webinar. The level for this CPE is intermediate and there are no prerequisites for attending. This program is a live webinar which offers you the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters.
Questions on submitting your PPP loan application or the forgiveness process?
Our team stands ready to assist you through the PPP loan application and forgiveness process. Do not go at it alone. Ensure you are submitting the right information and receiving the highest forgiveness amount possible. Visit our PPP Loan Consulting webpage by clicking here to request assistance or support.
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