FREE PPP Loans: Loan Forgiveness and QuickBooks Tracking

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So you got your PPP loan. Now what? In this interactive webinar, Gregg Bossen, CPA will help you interpret the latest PPP loan forgiveness guidelines, including how to maximize the amount of forgiveness of your COVID-19 PPP loan as well as how to best track the costs within your QuickBooks file.

Maximizing Loan Forgiveness (up-to-the-hour guidance)
Discussion topics include:

  • negotiating the “NEEDS” based requirement in the latest loan documents;
  • what costs can be forgiven;
  • what is meant by P/R;
  • head count and wage reductions and their effect on forgiveness;
  • computing a reduced forgiveness amount; and,
  • backup documentation.

How to Track PPP in QuickBooks
Discussion topics include:

  • the initial loan deposit;
  • pointing payroll costs;
  • pointing rent, utilities, mortgage interest, etc.; and,
  • recording forgiveness.

This webinar will be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 2pm Eastern.

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Presenter

Alayna Buckner

Alayna Buckner is a licensed nonprofit consultant who has raised tens of millions of dollars for local and national nonprofits. She has a deep knowledge of the Washington, DC, region’s private funding community, as well as a proven record in securing national and federal funding. In 2013, she founded Elevate to make the highest level development expertise accessible to small and medium nonprofit organizations. Since then, she has overseen Elevate’s growth to a leading grantwriting firm in DC, serving dozens of the region’s most established nonprofits, as well as many ambitious new organizations. Today, Alayna continues to oversee Elevate’s staff, consult with clients to draft private and federal proposals, and develop new products that will improve the lives of nonprofit leaders. Alayna graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Philosophy and Public Policy and Honors in Ethics in Society.
Alayna Buckner