If you are a contractor participating in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and hope to benefit from loan forgiveness, numerous issues and pitfalls need to be understood. Be prepared and learn more about the PPP’s impact, additional guidance from the SBA, and areas yet to be fully defined. During this on-demand webinar, CohnReznick’s Jack Callahan, national Construction practice leader, and Anthony Campolo, a leader in the construction practice, discuss numerous issues, including how to handle:
- Maximizing your total eligible forgiveness amount
- Identifying, quantifying, and accounting for allowable eligible costs under the program
- Determining if your loan forgiveness amount will be reduced (and how to avoid reductions)
- Best practices on how to track your eligible allowable costs
- Other pitfalls to avoid
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