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Bi-Weekly Industry Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth Lavoie
46:29
24 weeks
allison
46:36
24 Weeks
Karl
46:44
24 weeks
Kinley Knipmeyer
47:03
Time extension. 24 weeks
Rosemary
47:10
24 weeks
Leeann's iPad 2018
47:13
24 week
Paul Thomas
48:01
24 weeks is most important
Bill McLean
58:58
Regarding the question about getting the loan for a seasonal restaurant...I took annual labor, divided by 12 months, multiplied by 2 or 2.5. That was how the application directed me to calculate it. It didn't come out to much given we are open 5 months, but did receive the funds.
Rosemary
01:06:27
The seasonal modification by Treasury changes that for seasonal businesses. You can choose 3 months of average payroll during your season instead of the March-June30. You are in the same boat as we are…the amount with the 12 month rule sis HALF of the seasonal calculation amount. Apparently there his the option to AMMEND your aunt but no-one seems to now hw to do that…..
Rosemary
01:06:52
*amount
Rosemary
01:07:45
(Sorry, my keyboard is bad)
Bill McLean
01:09:51
I didn't see that info, but that is helpful information. I doubt they'd reconsider my application to send more money, but even if so, I couldn't spend it in 8 weeks :-(
Rosemary
01:11:07
If you received a PPP your eIN is tagged so can’t re-apply. You can only Amend but good luck on that. Section 1109 of the Act…..
Bill McLean
01:11:09
Great help, Sean and Sarah...thank you both!
Rosemary
01:11:28
Section 1109 Rule 6
Bill McLean
01:11:45
Amend....yeah, I know. Thank you!