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Paycheck Protection Program FAQ Email Update 4-7-2020

Dear Clients and Friends,

Yesterday (April 6) the Treasury Department released an FAQ document to both borrowers and lenders, providing additional guidance to some of the Payroll Protection Program’s (PPP) most pressing questions to aid in alleviating vagueness between the PPP Application and previous guidance issued the week prior. The responses provided in the FAQ make…

Paycheck Protection Program FAQ

Dear Clients and Friends,

Yesterday (April 6) the Treasury Department released an FAQ document to both borrowers and lenders, providing additional guidance to some of the Payroll Protection Program’s (PPP) most pressing questions to aid in alleviating vagueness between the PPP Application and previous guidance issued the week prior.  The responses provided in the FAQ…

Treasury Department Issues Further Guidance Related to Paycheck Protection Program

Dear Clients and Friends,

As we previously communicated, the Treasury Department released some guidance (PPP Guidance) related to the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) on Tuesday, March 31.  As part of the release, it communicated that the application process would open today and that it would be on a first-come, first-served basis.  Although the guidance…

Treasury Department Releases New Information and Guidance Surrounding Paycheck Protecting Program

This afternoon, the Treasury Department released new information and guidance surrounding the Paycheck Protection Program. The application window for most companies will now open this Friday, April 3rd. The four documents below were provided on the Treasury Department’s website:
  1. A program overview
  2. A fact sheet for borrowers
  3. A fact sheet for…

Dear Clients and Friends,

This is a follow-up to our publication from last Friday related to the latest economic stimulus package, the CARES Act, which was passed into law in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The SBA has been tasked with leading the charge to get businesses the cash they need to retain employees and…

Our physical office is closed to visitors, but we are still here to serve you!

In light of Governor DeWine’s recent announcement, we will be altering our office operations through April 6.  We will continue to remain operational and available to you, but will do so completely remote.  We ask that you please send information electronically (preferred method) or via the postal service.  We will no longer be accepting information…