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Jan 11 2021

Overview of New Stimulus Bill - January 21, 1 pm CST - Presented by SCORE Fort Worth


Dallas/Fort Worth District Office  -  January 2021

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SCORE Fort Worth is offering another free session to be held January 21st!  Don't wait to register!

 

"Second Stimulus Package:  An Overview of the New Stimulus Bill"

January 21, 2021

1:00 - 2:00 pm CST

 

New Year

 

As part of an end-of year pandemic relief package, Congress has passed a new stimulus bill. Please join SCORE Fort Worth for this free informative webinar that will preview the following changes that are coming with this new bill.

  • Changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
  • Second Draw PPP for small businesses who have exhausted their initial loan
  • Impact eligibility for initial PPP loans
  • The loan forgiveness process
  • Tax treatment of PPP loans
  • Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL Program)
  • The Employee Retention Tax Credit
  • Venue Grant program
  • SBA loan programs
     

This is a free webinar but registration is required. Registrations are expected to reach event capacity again, so do not delay.  After registering, your confirmation email will contain information about joining the webinar.

Register Now!

For Further Information Contact:

SCORE Fort Worth
Fort Worth - Chapter 120
817-871-6002 
ch.admin0120@scorevolunteer.org

SCORE is a Resource Partner with SBA and hosts this event.

 

Presenters:

bob

Bob Siffermann is the Chairman for the SCORE Fort Worth Chapter.  He has over 40 years’ experience in sales, sales management and marketing within the technology field (hardware, application software and business consulting). The 3 years, prior to joining SCORE, he helped start a business consulting firm, with past work colleagues, for the Mid -Market in Dallas/Ft Worth.

mark lenz

Mark Lenz is a certified SCORE mentor and volunteer.  He has 40 years of experience in financial management and advisory roles. Before retiring in July 2019, Mark spent 12 years as a managing director with a boutique investment banking firm focused on advising corporate clients on bankruptcy and reorganization engagements, capital raising engagements, M&A engagements, and other strategic opportunities. Mark also spent 19 years in corporate finance and Certified Public Accountant in Texas. 

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