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Virtual Peer Roundtable: PPP Loans

December 8 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am CST

Budget 2020. Glass jar with money, coins and notes, savings, loans and mortgages

It seems like 2020 is the year of “wait and see,” and the PPP topic is one that is still top-of-mind for most businesses as we await further guidance on forgiveness. Recently, Sikich hosted a virtual peer roundtable on PPP loans and had some great conversations around unclear items, pressing concerns and potential strategies on the path forward.

Since this topic is still so relevant, we’d like to host another virtual peer roundtable and reopen the dialog amongst your local Wisconsin business peers.

On Tuesday, December 8, join your peers and our experts Sylesh Babu, Tim Beine and Jim Brandenburg as we discuss thoughts, questions and strategies around PPP loans based on the guidance we have today.

We highly encourage you to submit your top-of-mind questions in advance below so we can be sure to focus the conversation accordingly. Feel free to invite your organization’s CFO or other finance staff who are interested in joining the dialog.

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December 8
8:00 am - 9:30 am CST
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