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Originally presented on July 2nd, 2020, this webinar walks through the long form PPP Forgiveness Application and Schedule A.
The Forgiveness Applications are available at http://asbdc.org/cares/. Your lender may use its own forms, or may offer an online alternative that will run the forgiveness calculations for you.
This webinar provides includes instructions on what to do if you’ve been declined for an EIDL, and how to proceed if you’ve been approved.
The recorded webinars below have been inactivated. The content may be stale at this point, and companies are advised to connect with their local SBDC Business Advisor for additional assistance.
This webinar provides a high-level overview of the PPP Forgiveness Application, but does not include a line-by-line walk-through.
This recording has been inactivated; it included information from the original PPP Forgiveness Application and is no longer accurate or current.
This link will provide access to several recorded webinars:
April 3 & 8: How to Apply for the PPP and EIDL programs
April 20 & 24: Q&A Webinars that include program updates and guidance on how to apply.
Disclaimer: Content is now somewhat dated. As of 7/1, EIDL is open for all eligible small businesses, but is capped at $150k.
PPP is expected to remain available until 8/8.
Preliminary guidance on what companies can do to maximize the amount of forgiveness under PPP.
Note: This webinar was recorded before the PPP Flexibility Act, and does not account for the changed payroll ration or extended covered period. Other best practices are still valid.
Recorded 13 May 2020. The federal SBIR/STTR program is viewed as the leading resource for many small businesses looking for commercialization and contracting support. What challenges and opportunities are being offered by federal agencies during this COVID-19 emergency? What lessons can we learn about what it takes to win these awards? How can we facilitate an expedited submission and review of proposals? What are the decision criteria for this special funding?