UPDATE: On June 5, 2020 the president signed into law the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act (Flex Act). The Flex Act makes significant changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), giving borrowers more time to use the funds received, more time to repay amounts not forgiven, and lower limits on how the funds are required to be spent.
Click here to read our summary of the key points of the Flex Act.
HoganTaylor thought leaders invite you to join them for Part I of "Maximizing Forgiveness," the first in a 5-part series of webinars to address five key areas of the Loan Forgiveness Application and Instructions (LFA) under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
As we have previously reported, the Small Business Administration (SBA) recently issued the long-awaited LFA document. Part I of our "Maximizing Forgiveness" webinar series is an initial overview of the Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness process.
In this program HoganTaylor professionals will cover the following objectives:
- Provide an Executive Overview of the Forgiveness Application
- Recap of Major Developments
- Discuss Definitions
- Outline of Certifications and Required Documents
- Overview of the General Forgiveness Application Process
Panelists for this hour long webinar include HoganTaylor professionals Jason Shultz, Partner of Innovation, and Leah McLain, Advisory Consulting Manager._
About the "Maximizing Forgiveness" Webinar Series
Each program in our "Maximizing Forgiveness" webinar series addresses a major area of the PPP Loan Forgiveness process. By dividing the subject matter into separate sessions, we will be able cover each area in appropriate detail, allow attendees to attend those sessions of most interest to them, and limit the content of each session to a digestible amount of information.
Below is a list of upcoming sessions and its projected air date:
How HoganTaylor Can Help
HoganTaylor has assembled a team to monitor developments in financial assistance available to businesses hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been working to understand the legislation and guidance being issued to support the various programs available to affected business so that we can provide relevant and timely advice to our clients. As information becomes available, we will continue to recommend specific actions to take to effectively access these programs.
If you need assistance in evaluating your company’s PPP loan certifications or in drafting documentation to support the evaluation and conclusions surrounding your certifications, please contact a HoganTaylor advisor at SBALoans@hogantaylor.com.
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