Get the most out of the new Stimulus Package

PPP Round II: What does it mean for businesses, nonprofits and venues?

You’ve heard the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act was passed into law late in 2020 and provides modifications to the existing Paycheck Protection Program, as well as authorizing a new round of PPP loans through March 31, 2021 and other relief to businesses. But what does it mean for your business or organizations moving forward?

This Fort Worth Business Press Webinar will examine how this Act can benefit your business and how the new rules apply to you and how you can – and whether you should – take advantage of the Act.

Topics will include, but are not limited to:
• What employers should know with new stimulus bill
• Modifications to the existing Paycheck Protection Program
• Getting the forgiveness application right the first time
• How Do New Changes Impact My Existing PPP Loan?
• Which Other Programs That May Help My Small Business Have Been Changed or Updated?
• How can Nonprofits and Venues be helped by the new act?

Sean BryanTax

Partner @Kelly Hart & Hallman LLPSean A.

Bryan’s primary practice involves the formation, structuring and maintenance of entities used in business transactions (including partnerships and limited liability companies, as well as corporations), and the tax aspects of business transactions.

Ahmad GoreeLead

Economic Development Specialist & Public Information Officer @U.S. Small Business Administration

Serve as the Chief of The Marketing and Outreach Division, Public Information Officer and official spokesperson for a 72 county district, which has achieved a lending record of over $1.1 billion loans to small businesses two years in a row, in FY 2016 and FY 2015.

Ian MacLeanVice

Chairman @Small Business Council for United States Chamber of Commerce

Our council directly represents the interests of over 3 million small business members and indirectly represents the interests of over 18 million small businesses. We work with US Congress and the White House to create the best possible conditions for small businesses to succeed and flourish.

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