How to Get Your PPP Loan Forgiven Join our experts Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen as they take you through the ins and outs of the SBA's 1-page PPP forgiveness application for loans.
Originally aired Oct 20, 2020
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has released a simple 1-page forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) borrowers who obtained loans of $50,000 or less. The new application removes calculations required on prior forms and simplifies documentation requirements.
Join us in this live webinar, as our key experts Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen, nationally respected tax lawyers, take you through the ins and outs of the SBA's 1-page PPP forgiveness application for loans. Mark and Mat will dive into:
- How documentation requirements have changed
- Who can and cannot use the new simplified application
- Processing-procedure timeline for PPP forgiveness application
Entrepreneur Press author Mark J. Kohler, CPA, attorney, co-host of the Podcast “Refresh Your Wealth”, and a senior partner at both the law firm KKOS Lawyers and the accounting firm K&E CPAs. Kohler is also the author of “The Tax and Legal Playbook, 2nd Edition”, and “The Business Owner’s Guide to Financial Freedom.
Mat Sorensen is an attorney, CEO, author, and podcast host. He is the CEO of Directed IRA & Directed Trust Company, a leading company in the self-directed IRA and 401k industry and a partner in the business and tax law firm of KKOS Lawyers. He is the author of The Self-Directed IRA Handbook.
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