The event listed below is a repeat of a presentation that was given on July 23rd by Vice President, John Comunale and Tax Supervisor, Tom Hudson for CPAacademy. CPAacademy will play a recording on August 10 and Tom Hudson will participate to field attendee questions.
With nearly $130 billion still available for businesses interested in relief from the Paycheck Protection Program, the Small Business Administration has extended the application deadline for new borrowers to August 8. At the same time, legislation such as the PPP Flexibility Act of 2020 has provided more details about loan forgiveness for existing borrowers.
Accountants whose business clients turn to them for guidance are in a scramble to stay up-to-date on the existing legislation. Playing catch-up following the 7/15 Tax Day deadline is a must! On Monday, August 10, CPAacademy will be playing a recording of a presentation given by John Comunale, Vice President, and Tom Hudson, Tax Supervisor about the Paycheck Protection Program including what new borrowers should know before applying and what existing borrowers should consider to maximize the opportunity for full loan forgiveness. Tax Supervisor, Tom Hudson, will be fielding questions live as the recording is ongoing.
While the event is a recording of a previous one, CPE credit will be available through the CPAacademy.
To date, small business loans totaling nearly $500 billion have been approved by the federal government. In the whirlwind of changes and updates about this federal program, CPAs and accountants will feel better equipped to work with their clients after attending this session. During this unusual time, we all need to stay prepared.