Wealthy investors may face new restrictions when transferring assets to heirs, due to a recent proposal by the Treasury Department. The Department stated that it would “claw back” the tax savings of several wealth planning strategies come 2026 when historically high exemption levels for gift and estate taxes are due to be sliced in half. The proposal reflects the Biden administration’s concern that affluent Americans are racing to use clever strategies during the window to create “artificial” gifts to pass on tax-free wealth to future generations. The proposal targets strategies in which a taxpayer gives assets to a beneficiary while maintaining control over a substantial interest in them. These strategies are what the IRS considers to be a disguised gift that is taxable. It is a fresh blow to affluent investors and their advisors who thought their careful plans were laid in stone. 

Under scrutiny. One arrangement in the crosshairs is a partnership in which a regular interest is given to an heir while the donor retains a preferred interest. Another scenario concerns a promise by a donor to make gifts to a recipient in the future. A third example involves a trust to which a grantor transfers assets but also receives income from the gifted property. In all three instances, the moves use up some or all of a donor’s exemption, which this year is just over $12 million, $24 million for married couples. These higher levels, a product of the 2017 tax-code overhaul, will fall roughly by half come 2026. The Treasury proposal would claw back taxes on transferred amounts that exceed the lower exemption levels for people using the strategies who may die that year. The lifetime gift and estate tax rate is 40%. The goal of this is not to allow wealthy taxpayers to lock in the currently high use-it-or-lose exemption amount.

GRATs. A common estate planning technique, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts (GRATs), may also get caught even though the strategy does not technically involve artificial gifts. Under the Treasury’s proposal, the IRS would calculate the tax bill of a donor who retains an interest of more than 5% of the value of assets they transfer to a GRAT under the lower exemption. If the donor dies before the trust’s term ends, their stake is pulled back into their estate, resulting in a bigger tax bill on assets they thought they had moved out. For example, suppose a donor put $100 million into a GRAT for the benefit of their children last year, under IRS rules. In that case, the trust pays them a yearly “annuity” that totals slightly more than the value of the contributed property or cash over time. In the eyes of the tax agency, the paybacks reduce the taxable value of the gift, say in this case, to $10 million. So the donor has shifted $100 million out of their estate to benefit their kids but used up only $10 million of her current exemption. Meanwhile, the trust appreciates, and its gains go to the children tax-free. Under the proposal, because the taxable value of the gift is more than 5% of the transferred amount, the donor has not locked that $10 million of their currently higher exemption. Meaning they would thus face a higher tax bill come 2026. One big issue is that the strategies on the firing line are irrevocable. They are legal contracts that cannot be unwound. 

Saved by Zero. However, there seems to be a silver lining to the 5% rule. It will not apply to so-called zeroed-out GRATs, in which annuities equal the original value of what was put into the trust. This is because, under current IRS rules, such a trust does not use up any of a donor’s exemption, even as it moves money out of the estate. Assets in that trust, a staple with the 1 percent, appreciate over time, and the left over after annuities goes to heirs tax-free. The proposal also does not affect nuts-and-bolts planning in which a donor bequeaths property while keeping control or possession of it while alive. For example, suppose Grandma and Grandpa have an estate worth $20 million and set their son up to inherit $7 million when they die. In that case, they can safely use their current exemption of over $24 million if they pass away after 2026.

The 10-year itch. Wealth advisors are already chafing from severe curbs on inherited retirement accounts. Under a law that Congress passed in 2019, heirs to traditional individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and workplace retirement plans, including 401(k)s, 403(b)s for educators and 457(b) deferred compensation plans, can no longer “stretch” required minimum withdrawals out over their lifetimes. Instead, they have to drain the accounts within ten years. In May 2021, the IRS said that beneficiaries of the accounts were not required to take annual distributions before the 10-year deadline. Advisors breathed a sigh of relief because it gave the tax-deferred accounts more time to appreciate. But on Feb. 23, Treasury reversed course, issuing another little-noticed proposal to require minimum annual distributions in years one through nine. That rule applies to heirs who are not spouses or children under age 18 and inherit a retirement account starting in 2020. However, this does not include Roth Plans.

Talley’s team of tax professionals provide comprehensive tax compliance and consulting services so you can preserve, enhance, and pass on your assets and wealth to the next generation. We welcome the opportunity to discuss the current options available for you. For more information, contact us today.

The high court issued an order on Monday, April 18, 2022, denying the request from New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Connecticut to review a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit regarding the SALT deduction cap. The appeals court rejected several state legal arguments against the cap, including that it unconstitutionally coerces the states to abandon their preferred fiscal policies. The cap generally blocks taxpayers who itemize federal deductions from deducting more than $10,000 per year for paid state and local taxes, including property taxes and either income or sales taxes.

The states argued that the cap unconstitutionally interferes with their sovereign authority to levy and collect property and income taxes. The Second Circuit rejected their arguments, finding that neither Article I of the Constitution nor the 16th Amendment bars Congress from curtailing the SALT deduction, even if citizens in certain states will pay billions of dollars in additional federal taxes. The appeals court ruled that such injuries are not significant enough to be coercive under the Tenth Amendment. Joe Bishop-Henchman, vice president of tax policy and litigation at the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, noted the states’ petition was meritless. Nothing about a deduction for the 12% who still itemize is constitutionally mandated. While it is true that high taxes can harm competitiveness, New York should solve the problem in Albany instead of in the federal courts.

When the SALT cap was enacted, there was no serious debate over its constitutionality. This did not stop several high-cost states that claimed to be targeted by the cap from challenging it. With their best chance, the Second Circuit rejected, the states decided to take it a step further and go to the Supreme Court, hoping the outcome would be different.

The Monday order leaves the cap in place. U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell of New Jersey commented that his state’s delegation remains united to enact SALT reform through Congress this year. Pascrell and other law-makers have vowed to oppose any White House tax proposals that do not raise the $10,000 cap. Pascrell believes that critics of their push on SALT operate on incorrect assumptions. Law-makers like Pascrell say that SALT is not only about providing tax relief to the middle class, but it is about supporting their communities. New Jersey cities and towns directly rely on SALT to finance police, road-building, and public transit. A restored SALT cap would help provide the necessities communities rely on daily. Fellow New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer slammed the deduction cap and urged the Senate to approve legislation raising it. Last year, the Build Back Better Act passed by the House included a cap increased to $80,000, but the Senate has not taken up the bill, which has effectively been declared dead. 

More than 20 states have enacted workarounds similar to those enacted on April 7 2022 in New York. The $220 billion New York law included adjusting state and local tax laws affecting the cap. The move allows more state residents to get the full benefit of a state workaround to the cap that gave partnerships, LLCs and S corporations an avenue to ease the cap’s impact on individuals’ federal deductions for paid state and local taxes. 

New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut have also sued, challenging Treasury Department regulations blocking a form of state SALT cap workarounds. The efforts involve tax credits offsetting many donations to state and local charitable funds. The rules blocked federal deductions for donations.

Talley’s team of tax professionals provide comprehensive tax compliance and consulting services so you can preserve, enhance, and pass on your assets and wealth to the next generation. We welcome the opportunity to discuss the current options available for you. For more information, contact us today.

Today, the biggest challenge with accounting data analytics is how quickly the sheer amount of data available can become overwhelming. As the utilization of data in accounting continues to grow, it becomes a challenge to determine which data is relevant and essential to make more informed decisions. How do you find and separate the relevant data? You need to know your audience and what you’re trying to accomplish and utilize technology to prevent information overload.

Identify Your Audience: While the data does not change, the story that it tells may vary from person to person. Different stakeholders may have very different questions. Knowing who will be asking these questions is just as important as the question itself. Considering time and billing data, staff and seniors would be interested in how they compare to their peers, such as details about where they are exceeding expectations or falling behind. However, managers will not want quite that level of detail, preferring a summary view that highlights only those who fall outside the first or second standard deviation.

Managers and partners may be interested in learning more about staff efficiency. They would benefit from an analysis of which staff are most effective at various types of engagements to assist with planning. If the audience is just you, it is also important to identify that. All too often, when we are the only audience, the question becomes secondary, and analysis becomes the purpose – which is not the best use of time.

Know What You Are Trying to Accomplish: To perform an effective analysis, you need to have a question, purpose, or objective. A poorly constructed question can lead to costly and time-intensive data reviews that do not accomplish anything. Before diving into the data, determine what you are trying to discover. Data analytics results will only be as good as the questions you ask. When preparing your questions, consider your audience, strategic goals, and budget. If you are struggling with understanding what questions to ask, start broad, but do not stop there. While it is often helpful to start broad, the question needs to be specific to get valuable and actionable insights. Some questions to ask yourself include:

  • What is the goal of this analysis?
  • What decision-making will it facilitate?
  • What outcome would be considered a success or a failure?


Implement Automation to Prevent Information Overload: Consider the data accounting firms and tax preparation businesses often track without thinking about it. There is internal data, from time tracking and how clients are served to practice management data such as billing, collections, business development, and client data, which is information about the client collected during the engagement process. Also, some data is a mix of the two: client and prospect interactions with internal content such as emails, webinars, websites, and social media. Technology has allowed us to collect the data listed above and so much more. Technology has also allowed us to perform our data analysis faster and on a much larger scale. But there are downsides to all advances – and for accounting data analytics, information overload is one of them.

Although technology created the problem of too much data, it can also help find the relevant data. Advanced technologies like machine learning and AI can automate the base data analysis, which gives structure to unstructured data and provides accountants with the most pertinent information. With automation sifting through the data, we can perform higher-level data analysis and understand how to shape the answer for intended audiences.

From technology-based accounting solutions to management information, analysis, and reporting, Talley LLP is the premier business consulting firm for entrepreneurs and their closely-held businesses. For more details about leveraging your business’ data technology, contact Talley today.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has detailed a new process for borrowers to appeal decisions regarding their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans that were only partially forgiven by the lenders.

Now borrowers can request, through their lender, an SBA review of their loan if they received a partial forgiveness decision from the lender they did not agree with, or if they were required by their lender to apply for forgiveness in less than the full amount of the PPP loan. However, the new process does not apply if the borrower applied for less than full forgiveness of their own volition.

For borrowers who had previously received partial forgiveness approval from the lender, or whose lender required a PPP forgiveness application that was less than the full amount of the PPP loan, lenders have 30 calendar days from receipt of the SBA’s procedural notice to notify borrowers of their right to receive an SBA review. Borrowers will then have 30 days from the receipt of the lender notification to submit their request through the lender for the SBA loan review. Lenders informing borrowers of SBA approval of a partial loan forgiveness must notify the borrowers that they have 30 calendar days from receipt of the notification to submit their request through the lender for the SBA to review the loan due to new SBA guidance. Even if the SBA selects the loan for review, the borrower must continue to make payments on the remaining balance of the loan, as the loan is not deferred. The lender will be required to refund those payments if the SBA rules that the loan should have received full forgiveness.

If the SBA’s review determines the borrower is entitled to forgiveness in an amount greater than the lender’s partial approval decision and the SBA has previously remitted a partial forgiveness payment to the lender, the SBA will remit an additional forgiveness payment to the lender to make up the difference and re-amortize the PPP loan to adjust for the difference. If the SBA loan review agrees with the forgiveness amount approved by the lender, the SBA will issue a payment notice within five business days to the lender that the forgiveness amount has been upheld. If the SBA loan review results in a lesser forgiveness amount, the SBA will issue a final loan review decision to the lender, which must then provide a copy of the Payment Notice and, if applicable, the final SBA loan review decision, to the borrower within five business days. The lender must then remit the excess amount of the loan previously forgiven to the SBA and re-amortize the PPP loan to adjust for the difference.

Talley’s professionals have spent hundreds of hours reviewing the law, regulations, and SBA PPP FAQs issued on an almost daily basis and we are happy to assist you in the process. We are available to simply answer a quick question or assist in the application and/or forgiveness audit process.

While Curry is confident in torching the net with every shot he makes, not all of his made baskets are treated equally from his perspective. Curry and his personal trainer, Brandon Payne, worked hard this past off-season to ensure precise and efficient shots. Payne utilized technology to track the ball’s movement as Curry practiced his shooting, and converted it into data they were able to analyze and leverage to improve Curry’s already lethal shooting skills.

In order to quantify Curry’s free throws, the technology used tracked the ball’s arc as well as how close to the center the ball entered the basket. Payne and Curry agreed that if the ball did not drop through the middle, it was a failed attempt. These standards also applied to Curry’s moving shots, as if he were up against a defender as well. So far the results speak for themselves, with Curry currently leading the league in scoring, averaging 30.4 points per game.

Just as many businesses take time to perfect new processes, Curry had to do the same. Curry and his team of trainers are able to identify bottlenecks and measure efficiency from basket to basket to ensure he is putting his best foot forward, as well as maintaining peak performance and synergy with the team. Curry comments that if one does not have the kind of stimulation within workouts and practices that Payne provides, then they become mundane and chore-like.

With an ever-expanding surplus of information, it is increasingly difficult for organizations to decide where to focus their efforts to deliver meaningful results. Here are three key things to remember;

  • Data and metrics can be too much. Be sure to talk with your advisors to determine what you should be focusing on, such as Curry and Payne choosing to analyze the arc and the location of the ball going into the net.
  • Like basketball, business is a team sport. As Curry knows, success depends on both individual performance and the overall performance of the group. Variations on this type of analysis can be applied to businesses when you use metrics to identify bottlenecks, measure efficiency, and increase accountability across key departments and personnel.
  • Strategic partnerships are everything. Curry and Payne worked with expert data, analytic software, and hardware providers to help them succeed, and you should too. Choosing the right advisory team can mean the difference between simply spinning your wheels and growing your business to its full potential.

With over 25 years of experience consulting with industry-leading companies, Talley LLP is committed to providing clear, knowledgeable, and applicable financial data and analysis solutions, enabling management to intelligently track performance, progress, and profits. To determine whether your business is taking advantage of all the metrics available to make the most informed decisions for future success, schedule a time to talk with us today.

After more than a year of the Paycheck Protection Program and legal challenges, the Small Business Administration (SBA) is dropping their request that larger borrowers provide supplemental financial information. Due to this change, it is easier for big borrowers to apply for PPP loan forgiveness. The SBA’s effort marks an about-face for the agency that landed in hot water after allowing publicly traded companies to access the program intended for small businesses. The SBA began informing lenders that it plans to eliminate the loan necessity review for PPP loans of $2 million or more. They said they will no longer request the loan necessity questionnaire for any PPP loan reviews as well. In October, the SBA asked lenders to provide loan necessity questionnaires for both for-profit and nonprofit PPP loan borrowers that had or exceeded $2 million. On the other hand, smaller businesses were only required to self-certify for potential need.

The questionnaire itself took a lot of time and energy for borrowers to fill out. It asks for a litany of supplemental financial information such as gross revenue, capital on hand, and a list of the highly paid executives. Not to mention it had questions regarding business operations and business activity. Many businesses worried that the information they were providing could fall into the public domain.

In April of 2020, the U.S. Treasury encouraged businesses with an alternative way to raise funding to return the money. It also encouraged companies to look deeply into if they need federal funds to guard against the economic uncertainty. The U.S. Treasury also added that a public company with substantial market value and access to capital markets would not meet the standards required for attaining a government-backed loan. The SBA also issued a final interim rule. This rule notes that hedge funds are not eligible for federal assistance through the PPP. The SBA alluded that private equity-backed companies would face a level of scrutiny like public companies when applying for a PPP loan.

Closer inspection of the bigger loans was thought to be useful for preventing companies that did not need emergency funding from tapping the PPP loans. It also served as a mechanism for weeding out publicly traded companies and other firms that have alternative funding.

After a year of the PPP, the SBA has helped in loaning over $780 billion in emergency funds to more than 8 million small businesses throughout the U.S.A. The SBA’s interests are to keep the forgiveness process streamlined and drama-free. Former director of the SBA’s office of capital access, Bill Briggs, said that the SBA is looking to further expedite the forgiveness process for borrowers and ease some administrative tasks that the agency is currently facing. In December of 2020, the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America filed a lawsuit against the SBA, seeking to amend the loan necessity questionnaire to allow borrowers to provide additional context explaining the totality of their circumstances. The AGC notes in their complaint that the questionnaire does not ask borrowers to describe the status of their operations and the attendant business anxieties back in the spring. Instead, it focuses on what came after, over the ensuing months of 2020. This pushed the SBA’s information request outside their purview. The goal of this lawsuit was to achieve a more rational review of what borrowers in general knew and did not know at the time they applied for loans. They were also trying to persuade the SBA that economic uncertainty was a major factor.

Looking past what may have been the SBA’s reasoning behind the change, businesses should be looking to complete the next step and figuring out an action plan. Although businesses won’t need to file the supplemental form anymore, they may still need to provide financial documents of need. After receiving forgiveness, businesses won’t be “off the hook” either, they may be audited many years later. It is a good idea for businesses to hold onto financial documents relating to PPP loans for at least 6 years.

Talley’s professionals have spent hundreds of hours reviewing the law, regulations, and SBA PPP FAQs issued on an almost daily basis and we are happy to assist you in the process. We are available to simply answer a quick question or assist in the application and/or forgiveness audit process.

Initially set up a year ago, the Paycheck Protection Program was a source of relief as the pandemic paralyzed the American economy. This program has since been expanded and extended due to the ongoing situation. Last week, U.S Senate approved an extension of the small-business relief program, which has about $79 billion left to distribute. The bill passed with a 92-7 vote and was signed into law by President Biden on Tuesday this week. This is a two-month extension that will give small business owners until the end of May to apply for forgivable loans.

According to the Small Business Administration, there is still $79 billion left to be lent, even after the approval of about 3.1 million loans, starting from the beginning of this year to March 21st. Owners that spend forgiveness money on approved costs, such as worker salaries, are eligible to convert their PPP loans into grants. Many business groups and leaders urged Congress to extend the deadline so that small businesses have enough time to apply for the money.

The new round of PPP lending that opened in January was available since Congress had approved of more funds in December. Additionally, lawmakers approved an extra $7.25 billion in the latest $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. This bill also expanded eligibility to some nonprofits and online publishers. This month’s package includes a $28.6 billion grant program for restaurants. Restaurants that have received PPP money can tap the fund if they can demonstrate enough revenue loss. It has not been announced as to how the SBA will be distributing those grants.

With the latest PPP round, some businesses were able to apply for a second loan, if they had already used their first one and met the requirements regarding the number of employees as well as being able to demonstrate a decline in revenue. Unfortunately, these new forms and exclusive access periods for some small businesses meant that the roll-out of additional funding was slow and many applicants waited weeks for their financing to be processed.

Talley’s professionals have spent hundreds of hours reviewing the law, regulations, and SBA PPP FAQs issued on an almost daily basis and we are happy to assist you in the process. We are available to simply answer a quick question or assist in the application and/or forgiveness audit process.

Under pressure to transform its operations digitally, GameStop Corp announced that they hired former Amazon.com Inc. executive Matt Francis as their first chief technology officer. GameStop’s change of focus from its 5,000 stores to e-commerce is due to activist investor Ryan Cohen. Mr. Francis will be overseeing GameStop’s e-commerce and technology functions.

Experts say that for a technology executive to be a successful digital transformation leader, they must have a special set of business and technology skills. These skills include, but are not limited to:

Map Data’s Role Across the Business
Starting with a digital transformation mission will put the focus on technology without understanding the business context. It is important to start with business transformation first to understand how data plays a role in customer engagement and business operations over time. Next, map technology against those strategies and understand where technology transformation is needed. By doing these things, focus changes from bottom-up to top-down, which creates a clear context for change.

Communicate in Language the C-Suite Understands
Understanding technical requirements as well as being able to put them into non-technical business language is important. Although fellow businesspeople may understand your viewpoints, it is best to keep it simple so that people can buy into your plan and are more willing to help out. The best digital transformation leader is one that communicates well, is seen as a colleague, and is seen to be an expert in IT.

Be a Talent Magnet
Being a really strong people leader is something that sets a lot of technology executives apart. No one is going to be able to solve all of the problems that may occur in a digital transformation. They need to set themselves apart in the competition for talent.

Connect Tech Investments to New Lines of Business
Many chief technology officers have to communicate with chief executives, boards, and other C-suite stakeholders to help construct and deliver technology that will be the right fit for the process. It is the digital transformation leader’s job to be in charge of the change when it comes to conversations about how the change will affect costs and revenue. Although many see technology as a way to cut costs, many are coming to realize that with technology, you can create new productivity, products, and lines of business.

Proper business planning is a complex and ongoing effort, requiring expert counsel—a professional with knowledge and experience, familiar with the challenges that characterize an entrepreneur’s business ventures. Talley LLP shares the same entrepreneurial spirit that has helped propel our clients to their current level of success. With over 25 years’ experience in helping high net worth individuals and business owners, Talley has the expertise necessary to assist entrepreneurs throughout their entire journey, from formation through succession.

As January came to a close, The U.S. Small Business Administration pledged to improve the loan review process for the Paycheck Protection Program loans, even with the growing number of fraud complaints. The SBA is attempting to allow small businesses as much time a possible to access needed PPP funds by taking steps to smooth the path for reviews of “first draw” loans.

In December 2020, Congress renewed the business lending program with an additional $284 billion in funding. Due to the introduction of the PPP loans included in the CARES Act last March, accountants were able to help small business clients procure loans and apply for forgiveness of the debt. However, there are obstacles that many businesses faced while trying to access the loans and navigating their ever-changing rules and procedures. These struggles were especially evident within the first round of funding when Congress had to renew the program allowing for more funding.

The SBA is committed to addressing issues more efficiently and ensure that there is fair and equitable access to the PPP loans for small businesses in every community. The program is intended for small businesses to provide loans that will be forgiven if they retained their employees for up to 8 weeks, but many larger companies and organizations ended up claiming the majority of the money. Another group that many small businesses had to compete with were those making fraudulent claims about being a small business. For instance, there was an individual who claimed he had a small business and 50 employees. It was discovered he  used PPP loan funds to buy a Lamborghini Huracan.

In response to those false claims, the SBA set up safeguards to avoid fraudulent claims; but this has proven to be a huge obstacle for small businesses. The SBA and Biden administration are working together to identify immediate solutions to promote transparency and to address eligibility, compliance and integrity.

The SBA will be hosting a nationwide call with a group of leaders to explain additional details they will need to provide to help resolve any first draw PPP loan reviews and potential holds that are affecting second draw approvals. Meanwhile, the SBA is also working on easing the review process for second draw loans so that can be processed in a more efficient way. They are equipping their field team of lender relation specialists with the information needed for appropriate responses to resolve problems and the SBA is going to provide extra guidance to PPP lenders on the review and resolution process.

Talley’s professionals have spent hundreds of hours reviewing the law, regulations, and SBA PPP FAQs issued on an almost daily basis and we are happy to assist you in the process. We are available to simply answer a quick question or assist in the application and/or forgiveness audit process.

Earlier this month, the U.S Small Business Association (SBA) and the Treasury Department decided to relaunch the Paycheck Protection Program to new borrowers and to prioritize loans from lenders in the community. As a result of the latest stimulus package passed by Congress, the program now has $284.5 billion for “first draw” PPP loans as well as “second draw” PPP loans. First-draw loans are for the small businesses that did not take advantage of the program last year, while the second draw is for those who used the PPP loans in 2020. Initially, community financial institutions were able to make first-draw and second-draw loans, but the SBA and Treasury have now opened the program to lenders as well.

In response to last year’s shaky launch, the SBA is making a concerted effort to increasing the availability of loans to small businesses. One complication from the PPP being launched with the CARES Act is that money was exhausted by large companies that already had ties with large banks. This left little money for small businesses until Congress appropriated more money. The PPP will be open through March 31st

Main updates to the program:

  • PPP borrowers can set their PPP loan’s covered period to be any length between 8 and 24 weeks to meet their business needs
  • PPP loans will cover additional expenses, including operations expenditures, property damage costs, supplier costs, and worker protection expenditures
  • PPP eligibility has expanded to include 501(c)(6)s, housing cooperative, destination marketing organizations, and other organizations
  • The PPP now offers more flexibility for seasonal employees
  • Qualified existing PPP borrowers can request to modify their first-draw PPP loan amount
  • Qualified existing PPP borrowers are eligible to apply for second-draw PPP loans

Borrowers are generally eligible for second draw PPP loan if:

  • Previously received at first-draw PPP loan and will or has used the full amount only for authorized uses
  • Has no more than 300 employees
  • Can demonstrate at least a 25 percent reduction in gross receipts between comparable quarters in 2019 and 2020

Talley’s professionals have spent hundreds of hours reviewing the law, regulations, and SBA PPP FAQs issued on an almost daily basis and we are happy to assist you in the process. We are available to simply answer a quick question or assist in the application and/or forgiveness audit process.


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