6/11 Webisode: Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act: Updates to the PPP
June 11, 2020
The Partnership hosted a webisode to review updates to the Paycheck Protection Program and explain the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act.
The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act was passed by both Congress and the President. The bill modifies the current PPP program with critical and important changes designed to make it easier for businesses to receive the loan forgiveness.
Attendees heard from Steve Turner, Principal in the firm’s commercial division at The Bonadio Group and received an overview of the changes made to the current program, the benefits to businesses, and some new stipulations that employers to be aware of, such as:
- Triple the time to use your loan
- Business owners can get PPP and payroll tax deferral
- Extends the rehiring time period Provides more
- flexibility for COVID-19 impacted businesses
- New application deadlines and eligibility guidelines
Watch the Presentation Below
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