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CARES Act: Hands-On Workshop Detailing Relief Options for Small Business Owners

CARES ACT: HANDS-ON WORKSHOP DETAILING RELIEF OPTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS

This course was previously offered as 1 CPE
Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.5 hours

Recorded DateApril 10, 2020
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

COVID-19 created a very unpredictable economic environment for small businesses. In this webinar, Nellie Akalp, CEO and Founder of CorpNet, will review the recent governmental legislation that is available to help small business owners under the CARES Act.

Learning Objectives:


  • An overview of the CARES Act and breakdown of funding options

  • An in-depth review of the Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury   Disaster Loans and Emergency Economic Injury Grant

  • Details on additional small business tax provisions designed to provide further relief

  • Sources of support and assistance to help clients secure funding

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Nellie Akalp is a passionate entrepreneur, small business expert, and mother of four. She is the CEO of CorpNet.com, a trusted resource for Business Incorporation, LLC Filings, and Corporate Compliance Services in all 50 states. Nellie and her team recently launched a partner program for accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs, and other professionals to help them streamline the business incorporation and compliance process for their clients. More info at CorpNet.com/partners.

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Corpnet

CorpNet.com is your trusted resource for business incorporation, LLC filings, and corporate compliance services in all 50 states. Through the CorpNet Partner Program, accountants, CPAs, enrolled agents, bookkeepers, and QB ProAdvisors can now offer business formation and corporate compliance services to their clients in any state. Learn more at: CorpNet.com/partners