Translations from Your Trusted Advisor.
Last week the SBA released the PPP Forgiveness Form that will need to be used by borrows for applying forgiveness of their PPP loans. The SBA attempted to provide a simple form but the lack of detail has left some ambiguity for borrowers.
Today, May 14, is the deadline for businesses to return PPP funds if they did not comply with SBA guidance. As there is still much confusion, the SBA has provided an additional safe harbor for PPP Loans below $2 Million.
The SBA extends safe harbor for returning PPP funds until May 14 and there will be more guidance provided by the SBA before May 14 on how it will review borrowers’ certifications that were made with the initial PPP application. Please read the article from the Journal of Accountancy for more details.
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