Paycheck Protection Program: Flexibility Act Updates

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PPP Updates

Thursday, June 18 @ 11am

WebEx Webinar

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Not sure how to proceed with the PPP you have received?

Haven’t yet applied for a PPP and wondering what the potential Flexibility Act means?

You may have been hearing in the news about changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). There is a new bill that has made its way through both House & Senate and was signed by the President on 6/5. Based on this new law, the U.S. Small Business Administration & U.S. Department of Treasury will have to make some changes to current guidelines and forms, as well as provide additional guidance.

Because these changes have significant impacts on the program, we want to provide you with an overview of those elements that have not changed and the areas that the Flexibility Act will change, with the caveat that some of these concepts will be further clarified by SBA. Please join us to review these changes and what they may mean for businesses who have not applied yet as well as those who already have.

Key Takeaways:

  • Overview of the Paycheck Protection Program and elements NOT expected to change
  • A look at the PPP Flexibility Act in comparison with the CARES Act
  • How can this impact your current loan
  • What the potential changes mean for your business

No-cost. Advance registration required via the CTSBDC to access the WebEx webinar information.

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This webinar will be a repeat of the webinar held on 6/10, with some minor changes. If you missed it and would like the opportunity to hear it live, and help get your questions answered, please join us. We continue to update details as they come from the SBA. The updated forgiveness guidelines based on the new Act, have not yet been released.

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