The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021: PPP2 and CARES Act Updates – What Dentists Should Know
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On December 27th, 2020 President Trump signed into law The Consolidated Appropriations act to provide funding to keep the government open. Within this bill, congress also made changes to the CARES Act and added additional stimulus, most notably a second draw for PPP2. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how these changes and additions can be applied to dental practice owners.
- PPP2: Eligibility, Amounts, Terms, and Certifications.
- EIDL Grants
- PPP 1 and 2 Taxability
- Business Meals
- Student Loan Payments
- Qualifying SBA loans
- Employee Retention Tax Credit (important update)
- FFCRA Pay to Staff with COVID
- Bonus: California Grants: Main Street Business Tax Credit and the California Relief Grant Program for Businesses
- Group discussion on Dentists Administering Vaccines
ABOUT WES READ, CPA, CFP
Wesley Read is the founder of PracticeCFO, a financial planning and CPA firm specializing in practice owners. Wesley has been working with practice owners since 2007. Earlier in his career, Wesley had audited the financial statements of fortune 500 corporations during his employment at Ernst and Young LLP, the third largest accounting firm in the country. After his time with Ernst and Young, Wesley joined the wealth management division of Moss Adams Wealth Advisors LLC. Wesley worked with some of the industry’s top thinkers in managing approximately one billion dollars of client assets. Prior to his professional experience, Wesley received a bachelor and master’s degrees, both in accounting from Brigham Young University; programs that are recognized in the top accounting schools in the nation.