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Small business stimulus funds are back with $284 billion in forgivable loans. Eligible businesses can receive 2.5x their 2019 payroll up to $2 million in forgivable PPP funds. Join us to see how you can get access to these funds.
Small business stimulus funds are back with $284 billion in forgivable loans. Eligible businesses can receive 2.5x their 2019 payroll up to $2 million in forgivable PPP funds. Moreover, for the first time, even the smallest businesses are included. Now businesses with under 10 employees, businesses in rural or low-income areas, and small community lenders are all eligible. If your gross receipts have declined by 25% or more during any quarter of 2020, you could be eligible for a PPP loan.
With all of this in mind, your books must be in order before applying for a loan - because they will be scrutinized! The Small Business Administration is busier than ever, so any small issue with your accounting records could turn into a delay in receiving your stimulus funds. With the help of KPMG Spark, we’ll make sure your books are ready to handle a PPP loan.
If you’re in line to apply for PPP funds, having organized real-time financials can cut down on processing time, getting funds into your hands considerably faster. KPMG Spark gives you access to advisors who can help get your books in order for the PPP application process. Having up-to-date books for the Small Business Administration can help reduce delays in receiving your loan.
In a time of uncertainty, having quick and convenient access to a PPP loan could be the difference in maintaining a successful business. These time-sensitive relief funds could be yours, so take advantage of this opportunity by bringing in the accounting specialists at KPMG Spark - who will chat with you about your books as well as the entire PPP process. Don’t hesitate to book a call and let us help you get your books ready for stimulus applications!
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