The CARES Act: Major Coronavirus Relief for American Workers, Families, and Small Business

Updated 4/1/2019:

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Disclaimer: What follows next is general information and not legal or accounting advice. We are not your attorney or CPA and every situation is different. You should call your attorney or CPA for specific advice with regards to the topics of this presentation. If you are not receiving the guidance you need, we can entertain bringing you on as a paying client. 

Since our last update on March 25, 2020, the CARES Act was passed and signed into law late on March 27, 2020 and the Department of Labor has issued additional guidance on implementation of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

Today we are going to cover:

A. Recap of FFCRA and DOL Guidelines
B. Recap of Standby Unemployment
C. SBA Disaster Assistance Loan program
D. CARES Act – Paycheck Protection Program loans (Forgivable Loans)
E. CARES Act – Unemployment Assistance
F. Emergency EIDL Grant



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Link to Prezi presentation: https://prezi.com/view/GG9AuKG8AICpCDs5bpIq/


Kevin manages marketing, business development, and customer success for Dental Accounting Professionals LLC & Benton Bray PLLC. He is highly analytical, creative, and forward thinking in his approach to working with clients. His background is in commercial real estate with a focus in dental office leasing and investment sales. Kevin’s passionate about investing for the future and implementing new technologies to streamline outdated workflow processes to increase bottom line results.  

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