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To PPP or Not to PPP, That is the Question
In a matter of weeks, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) went from a tool for equipment distributors to maintain employment and maintain operations during unpredictable economic times to a cause for concern after updated guidance regarding the program’s “good faith certification.” For AED members with PPP loans, it’s important to understand how to protect your company and assess if you should return PPP funds already received prior to the federal government’s May 14, 2020 “safe harbor” deadline. For those considering applying, businesses should be aware of the newly required certifications.

Join AED’s Vice President of Government Affairs Daniel B. Fisher and Joseph S. Goode, Mark M. Leitner and John W. Halpin of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin law firm Laffey, Leitner & Goode LLC for a discussion about the PPP, its good faith certification requirement, the safe harbor period for returning the loan, and what your company should consider when determining whether to retain or apply for a PPP loan.
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
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