Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Update (5/13)

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In this webinar you will learn how to determine the forgivable part of the PPP loan. Lenders will require specific documentation on the use of qualified expenses, or the PPP loan may not be forgivable.

The instructors will provide with an Excel spreadsheet to maintain records to provide to your lender following the eight weeks after receiving the PPP loan.

Meet Chris
Chris Bird, CRS, was a Senior IRS agent for 16 years. After leaving the IRS, he started his own company, Chris Bird Seminars, Inc., and went on to conduct more than 125 seminars a year on accounting, financial planning, wealth building, residential rental property ownership, and tax strategies for the real estate and financial industries nationwide. He is a Certified CRS Instructor, and he teaches GRI classes in five states. He currently holds a real estate broker's license in Champaign, Illinois.

Meet Dale

Dale has worked in the education field for over twenty-five years, working with non-profit organizations, under-grad students, universities, as an attorney, and largely in the real estate field. Dale is the owner of Carlton Realty, Inc. He was a broker during the sale of over $3 billion in properties, has personally sold/leased over $200 million in properties, and has owned, co-owned, or managed over 250 residential and commercial properties in Northwest Arkansas.

Specific topics that are covered are:

  • What is considered payroll, and what employee related costs may be added to payroll.
  • What rental/lease expenses may be included with both real and personal property.
  • What “utilities” mean and what may be included as a forgivable utility.
  • How to calculate “full time equivalent” employee.

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RRC, RRC States, and licensees reserve the right to cancel any scheduled course. If a course is cancelled, registrants will be notified via email or phone and will be given a full refund. RRC, RRC States, and licensees are not responsible for any expenses incurred by the registrant due to cancellation. Class cancellations by a participant will be accepted until one week prior to the event. Cancellations will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. No shows will be charged the full registration amount.

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