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Manufacturing Council Hosts: Navigating lending, tax law changes and the future of PPP

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Josh Veronica

June 4, 2020

The Manufacturing Council hosted a virtual meeting to discuss the future of COVID-19-related governmental financial assistance and lending opportunities for local businesses.

The federal government is supplementing the original Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and new United States Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) guidance is released on a continuous basis.

We heard from experts at The Bonadio Group about:

  • Efficient ways to comply with federal guidance and tax law changes
  • How to take advantage of new lending opportunities.
Watch the full webisode here:
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