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Maximizing PPP Loan Forgiveness | Webinar

Paycheck Protection Program: Loan Forgiveness

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For businesses that received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the rules are still being refined, regulations continue to evolve and new guidance continues to be published. Despite the rapidly evolving nature of the PPP, this webinar will help you position your business to maximize the amount of loan forgiveness during this period of uncertainty. 

In this DRM webinar, our Business Law attorneys will cover the latest developments, including:
  • When does the 8 week period begin?
  • The potential significance of “Incurred and Paid” 
  • What are forgivable expenses and are there restrictions?
  • How do employment decisions and wage adjustments impact loan forgiveness?
  • Are payments made with PPP funds deductible?
  • How is the forgiven amount calculated?
  • What documentation do I need to provide to support maximum loan forgiveness?
  • What is my “audit” risk?

This hour-long program explains the rules, contemplates the uncertainties, and includes Q&A as DRM attorneys help you understand the PPP to maximize the amount of your loan forgiveness.

Your presenters.

Scott Jaunich

Tim Sampson

Mary Parent

John Maitland

Event Details

When

May 28, 2020
10:00am

Contact

Anne Miner
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