HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS DURING COVID-19

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Are you trying to determine how much money a Paycheck Protection Program loan will save your business and whether or not you should apply? In this video Andy, the owner of Numberwise Accounting, walks through an example to show the business savings and also points out a downside in one scenario (hint: it has to do with payroll taxes).

Keep in mind – your business can either take advantage of a Paycheck Protection loan, or claim the Employee Retention Credit.

Paycheck Protection Loan Guide and a video walk-through of that guide.

Employee Retention Credit Guide from the US Chamber of Commerce

Employee Retention Credit FAQ from the IRS.

Check out our COVID-19 resource page for more blog posts, videos and helpful information for businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic.

About the Author

Andy Smith

Andy Smith

Andy Smith, Founder of Numberwise, has been a CPA since 2004 (pretty impressive, huh?). He leads the strategic vision of the company, signs all those fun tax returns, and tries not to get in the way too much. Learn more about Andy and the rest of the team on the About Us page.
Andy Smith

Andy Smith

Andy Smith, Founder of Numberwise, has been a CPA since 2004 (pretty impressive, huh?). He leads the strategic vision of the company, signs all those fun tax returns, and tries not to get in the way too much. Learn more about Andy and the rest of the team on the About Us page.
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