#WeGotThisWA Series: What Every Business Should Know about PPP Loan Forgiveness

#WeGotThisWA Series: What Every Business Should Know about PPP Loan Forgiveness

  • Date(s): Tue, Apr 21, 2020
  • Time(s): 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Members: Free, registration required
  • Non-Members: Free, registration required
  • Additional Information: Registration for this webinar is now closed. We will post a recording of the presentation after it concludes.
  • Questions: Contact Hannah Holman at 206-389-7216

This event is now sold out.

*A recording of this webinar can be found at this link.

Now that businesses have applied for Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loans and some have already been approved for funds, the next hurdle is understanding the rules around forgiveness of covered costs.

These covered costs include payroll costs, mortgage interest, rent, and utilities over an eight week period, but questions remain for many on how to handle funds, best position themselves for forgiveness, and much more.

Lane Powell has distilled these rules into an article, Every Business That Received a Payroll Protection Program Loan CARES About Forgiveness, and our panel will speak in more detail on how business owners can set themselves up to best utilize their PPP funds – including tips and tricks to navigating this new program and best positioning your business.


  • Sarai Childs
    Contract CFO
    Seattle Metro Chamber

  • Lewis Horowitz
    Lane Powell

  • Eric Kodesch
    Lane Powell
This event is free, and is open to members and non-members.

About the #WeGotThisWA Series
We’re here to help navigate the questions that employers and employees have during the Coronavirus pandemic. The #WeGotThisWA Series is designed to provide timely and accurate information and resources to our members.

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