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Citi and Weaver invite you to join us for this Recovery & Resiliency Webinar Series: A Roadmap for Thriving in Unprecedented Times.
Part 1 - PPP Forgiveness: No Surprises, Please
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
1 CPE credit available for the live webinar.
2020 has been an unprecedented time in recent history. Our clients throughout the country have asked us for guidance on how to manage their financial and operational responsibilities in light of the pandemic. That’s why Citi and Weaver developed this webinar series to offer you support as you look for ways to understand current lending expectations, forecast future projections and develop a thriving business plan while there is still a lot of ambiguity.
For the first webinar we invite you to join us for an informational presentation on the common oversights of PPP forgiveness and our recommendations for minimizing those risks. Our panel of advisors are experienced in helping hundreds of businesses and individuals with PPP, and we look forward to sharing our lessons learned with you.
We will cover the following topics:
- Common forgiveness calculation oversights
- Areas within PPP subject to interpretation (or misinterpretation)
- Lender documentation challenges
Meet Our Speakers:
Check out the next two webinars in this series:
2020 Business Health: A Pulse on Today and Ending the Year Strong
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 | 11:00 AM ET
From Surviving to Thriving: Where Do We Go from Here
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 11:00 AM ET
1 CPE credit available for the live webinar • Level: Basic • No prerequisites • Complimentary to attend
This webinar is for all levels of accountants, finance professionals and CFOs. Please note that each person should register and attend individually in order to receive CPE credit.
Can't make this webinar? Registering will allow you to view the webinar on-demand, when it is most convenient for you.
Questions about registration? Contact Natalie Ramsey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817.882.7546.