Tax Implications for Employers That Received Paycheck Protection Program Loans

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Recorded On: 02/25/2021

Who Should Attend

Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry owners, principals, chief executive officers, and presidents; sales and business development managers and leaders; industry professionals

 

Highlights

It’s too soon to know how the Paycheck Protection Program will affect employers’ 2020 and 2021 taxes. If your firm received a PPP loan, you probably want to consult with an expert before filing your taxes or applying for loan forgiveness. During this webinar, tax advisers from UHY will review and discuss recent changes to government regulations relating to PPP loans.

 

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • How PPP loan forgiveness works
  • What factors will affect your loan forgiveness amount
  • What three areas the U.S. Small Business Administration may focus on during an audit, and how to prepare for a potential audit

Presenters

Loni Winkler, principal, UHY LLP
Alison Dunleavy, senior manager, UHY LLP

This webinar qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential.

Loni Winkler

Principal

UHY LLP

Loni is a leading member of the Tax Department and has more than 15 years of experience in public accounting.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Alison Dunleavy

Senior Manager

UHY LLP

Licensed CPA in the states of Michigan and Illinois
Joined the firm in 2016
Prior to joining the firm, Alison was a tax supervisor with RSM US LLP where she managed numerous tax engagements for closely held companies and high net worth individuals

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1.0 Passive CE Hour credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 Passive CE Hour credit  |  Certificate available