Many Arizona businesses received SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Our SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) task force helps businesses and nonprofits navigate the forgiveness process. They are familiar with the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, which is complex and complicated, and can answer your questions.
On January 6, 2021, the IRS and Treasury Department issued guidance allowing deductions for the payments of eligible expenses when such payments would result, or be expected to result, in the forgiveness of a covered loan under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
The IRS published a Revenue Procedure and a Revenue Ruling to clarify certain complex and controversial details in PPP loan forgiveness. Read further for a summary of the new IRS guidance.
As more banks start accepting forgiveness applications, PPP borrowers need to know what to do to obtain maximum forgiveness, including required documentation for forgiveness application forms.
Join Stephen J. Rodis, CPA and Mark R. Dreher, CPA in an ASCPA live online webcast on June 20, 2020, about current PPP tax issues and status of forgiveness portion of the PPP loan program, including financial reporting options.
President Trump signed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 modifying certain provisions related to PPP loan forgiveness. One important modification allows recipients of loan forgiveness to defer payroll taxes.
On May 15, 2020, the SBA published its PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, with instructions, providing some clarity about allowing borrowers to use their regular payroll schedule. Borrowers were concerned about matching their payroll cycle to the testing or covered period in the forgiveness formula.