Applying for PPP loan forgiveness webisode: What borrowers need to know
As restrictions are beginning to lift and small businesses are learning to adjust to their new normal, there are many questions surrounding Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness. If you borrowed funds through PPP to keep your construction company going, you might be wondering what are the necessary steps? How do I apply? What documents are needed?
To help answer these questions and guide you through the loan forgiveness process, we’re speaking with our experts to get all the need-to-know information. This webisode will provide you with the latest updates on the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department’s Paycheck Protection Program, so you can maximize your PPP loan forgiveness.
- A refresher on the relevant PPP terms
- Recent guidance and evolutions of the PPP program, including the recent Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act
- Preparing for forgiveness and identifying the correct forgiveness application
- How to avoid unexpected occurrences or difficulties
Watch now to hear from our experts:
- Jason Moll, CPA and tax manager at Monthend
- Nick Knihnisky, legal expert at Buildertrend
We understand that navigating the loan forgiveness process isn’t easy, so our team of experts (and your entire Buildertrend family) are here for you.
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