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Wait – aren’t Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans only available to employers with 500 or fewer employees? When the Small Business Administration (SBA) published the list of PPP loan recipients, some carriers may have been puzzled when they saw companies with more than 500 employees received loans. Certain fact patterns, primarily driven by the alternative size standards have made this possible. We will discuss these standards to help carriers determine if they could apply under these rules to take advantage of the remaining PPP funds before the recently extended August 8th deadline. Additionally, many companies that received PPP loans have likely or will soon expend those resources. Join us as we discuss other forms of potential CARES Act financing options, including the now re-opened EIDL program and the Main Street Lending Program.
Randy Hooper, CPA, Partner, Katz, Sapper & Miller
Randy Hooper is a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Business Advisory Group. Randy helps businesses and their owners navigate complex federal and multistate tax matters to optimize their tax position and comply with reporting requirements. He also proactively advises clients on a variety of exit strategies to help them thoughtfully plan for the future. While Randy serves clients in a multitude of industries, including auto dealerships and professional sports franchises, his particular focus is in transportation. As a member of KSM’s Transportation Services Group, Randy helps carriers realize greater company value by advising them on corporate structure, strategic tax planning, and by providing general business guidance. He is also a member of the firm’s Transaction Services Group.
Steven A. Pletcher, Partner, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C.
Steven A. Pletcher, a partner in the firm, serves as its principal advisor on alternative workforce strategies practice for motor carriers and non-motor carriers alike. He also counsels clients on tax controversy focusing on federal and state employment and unemployment tax matters. He leads the Firm's employee benefits practice including issues related to ERISA, the Multiemployer Pension Plan Act, and various state laws. He is a frequent speaker at conferences sponsored by the American Trucking Associations, various state trucking associations, the Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA), and the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) and has authored numerous articles on the professional employer organizations industry.
National Accounting and Finance Council (NAFC) members are eligible for an hour of CPE credit for attending this webinar. For details on the CPE and membership, contact Lonnie Edwards at email@example.com
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