Name: Forum on PPP and more: Doing Business During the Pandemic
Date: May 20, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
REGISTER for this live webinar to view (in listen-only mode) presentation with the opportunity to ask questions to Phil and Kevin via Q&A. Registration is required, a recording will be available to all registrants.
Doing Business During the Pandemic
Over the past several weeks, you've likely been inundated with information and guidance regarding the various government funding programs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join Conway Center Service Provider Clark Schaefer Hackett as they help clear the noise surrounding recent coronavirus-related legislation, and more importantly, provide insight into what actions family businesses should be taking now.
CSH’s Phil Hurak and Kevin Dehner will discuss:
• Updates and business considerations regarding the CARES Act including PPP Loan forgiveness, Employee Retention credit, and FICA tax deferral
• Update on the proposed HEROES Act (possible “Phase IV” Coronavirus Stimulus Response)
The webinar will conclude with a Q&A allowing you to get your questions answered.
MEET THE PRESENTERS:
Phil Hurak leads CSH’s Government Funding Advisory and State and Local Tax practices. He specializes in helping clients across all industries understand the various rules and opportunities available in each taxing jurisdiction. He has extensive experience in assisting companies at the federal, state and local levels identify, apply and comply with both tax and non-tax benefits.
Kevin Dehner leads CSH’s Government Funding Advisory practice. In this role he assists companies in identifying, understanding, and receiving money through a variety of programs provided by governmental bodies. Kevin has a diverse background, including significant expertise in audit, tax and M&A practices. Kevin has served as a business advisor for public, private, domestic and multinational companies from a broad-based industry profile, including consumer products, technology, life sciences and industrial products.