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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Webinar
May 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmFree
In this free online webinar presented by the Accounting Coach and hosted by the Union River Center for Innovation, you’ll learn everything your small business or startup needs to know about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Specifically, we’ll answer questions like: “How much will I have to pay back and how can I maximize how much I keep?“, and teach you important accounting skills regarding the PPP, such as:
- Do a projection NOW — we will show you how.
- The 75/25 rule is CRITICAL
- What is an FTE? How is it measured?
- What is considered “Payroll Costs?”
- What are “Other Costs?”
- I didn’t put my funds in a separate account — is that OK?
- How do I record the funds when received and when forgiven?
- Are the funds taxable?
- What can I do NOW to minimize how much I send back?
Register today to reserve your spot and receive an emailed webinar link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/paycheck-protection-program-ppp-webinar-tickets-104466959488. This webinar will be held on May 22nd from 12:00-1:30pm.
About the Presenter
Ken Bustard, MBA earned his Accounting degree from Husson College and his MBA from Husson University. He is currently an Adjunct Instructor at HU. Ken has over 30 years experience in the non profit sector.
He began his full time consulting practice, d/b/a “The Accounting Coach” in 2006. He has since worked primarily as an outsourced CFO as well as maintaining his tax practice. Ken is a registered tax return preparer and has corporate, small business, and individual tax clients.
Besides “crunching the numbers” he has developed training modules for board development, accounting systems, internal control, strategic planning, Fiscal Stewardship, IRS Compliance, etc. He is a regular presenter for Maine Association of Non Profits (MANP) and is occasionally contracted to provide trainings to industry specific groups.
He is an active volunteer for Junior Achievement of Maine and SCORE. Ken is an active Mason, with Ralph J. Pollard Lodge in Orrington. His two main hobbies are trout fishing and road trips with his Honda Gold Wing.