You Did (Or Didn’t) Get a PPP Loan – Now What?

The accounting firm of Moss Adams is hosting a webcast on Thursday, May 21st, at 2:00 pm on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).   This webcast will provide insight into PPP loans for organizations that both DID and DID NOT receive funds. We’ll provide an overview of cash relief options available as well as alternative financing options you may want to explore. Additionally, we’ll touch on special considerations for employee benefits related to sick leave and family leave. More specifically, we’ll cover the following:

• Determining and maximizing PPP loan forgiveness, including what expenditures “count”, applicable period, and employee considerations
• Minimizing and deferring expenses, whether you received a PPP loan or not, including major financing options post-CARES Act
• Tax credits
• Families First Sick Leave and Family Medical Leave Act issues
• Raising additional funds during the pandemic
• Other business considerations for cash relief
• Come prepared with questions as there will be plenty of time for Q&A.


Eric Krienert, Partner – Moss Adams
Eric is director of Agribusiness Programs at Moss Adams. He has worked in public accounting since 1997. He is experienced in tax planning and consulting for large partnerships and corporations in the food and agriculture industries, specializing in cooperatives. He provides services related to patronage philosophy and formulating patronage allocation programs based on book, tax, and hybrid programs; equity planning; mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other combinations; nonqualified equities; and domestic manufacturing deduction and taxation.

K-Deep Dhaliwal, Partner – Moss Adams
K-Deep has provided auditing and consulting services to food processing and agriculture companies since 2005 and is the regional industry group leader for the firm’s agribusiness practice. His focus includes agricultural marketing and supply cooperatives; food processors and marketers; manufacturing and distribution; citrus growers; row crops and permanent crops; vineyard operations; fresh fruit packing and marketing; and wine production and distribution.  He is the past president of theNational Society of Accountants for Cooperatives (NSAC) Far Western Chapter.

Ashley Jacobsen, Senior Manager – Moss Adams
Ashley has practiced public accounting since 2003. She leads audits for privately held, middle market companies in the manufacturing, food processing, and agribusiness industries. She works with her clients to address their key business issues and provides best practices for financial reporting, corporate governance, and industry trends.

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