Complimentary Webinar on
Wednesday, May 6, at 2:30 PM (PDT)
RINA Accountants & Advisors
MGI North America member-firm, RINA, will host a webinar on Wednesday, May 6, at 2:30 PM (PDT). Experienced accounting professionals will discuss the evolving rules of the Federal Paycheck Protection Program and the latest SBA guidance. The panelists will suggest approaches and tools that will maximize the financial benefit of the PPP to your business or organization.
Topics covered include:
- How to maximize the benefit of PPP’s cash infusion
- What is the process for applying for the loan forgiveness?
- Audit readiness: what will be banks require for loan forgiveness documentation?
- Have your cake and eat it too? The forgiveness amount is not income for tax purposes, will the expenses be deductible?
- Q & A
|Tom Neff, CPA
|Howard Zangwill, CPA
Director of Audit and Accounting
|Richard DelleFave, CPA Principal, Audit and Accounting
If you have questions on the topic that you would like us to address during the webinar, please email RINA. We cannot promise that we will get to all questions sent in, but we will be as responsive as possible.
The webinar is free, but advanced registration is required. Register now and you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar.
For more information on RINA Accountants & Advisors COVID-19 resources visit www.RINA.com/covid.
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Founded in 1946, RINA provides a full range of accounting and consulting services in four northern California locations and with over 80 experienced professionals to draw upon to meet the needs of their clients. RINA deeply understands the entrepreneurial spirit and has taken many start-up clients to the IPO stage. The Firm has extensive experience assisting clients meet the compliance requirements of the various federal, state, and local taxing authorities through careful tax planning, regular communication, and active participation in the decision-making process to minimize the tax consequences of doing business.