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CARES Act's Provider Relief Fund and PPP Loan Program: Accounting and tax implications for healthcare

Presented By:
Dawn Stark Adam Stevenson
Date:
May 27, 2020
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In this webinar, our healthcare experts explain the accounting and tax implications for organizations that received funding under the CARES Act’s Provider Relief Fund and PPP loan program.

Businessman working at a desk taking a phone call while working on his laptop computer.The CARES Act includes provisions to support healthcare organizations such as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Provider Relief Fund, and many have already received funding. While these programs were welcome news for healthcare organizations coping with the pandemic, healthcare organizations were left with unanswered questions about the resulting accounting and tax implications.

In our webinar, we’ll help you understand the accounting and tax implications for healthcare organizations that received funding from the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund and PPP loan program. Our experts will discuss current guidance available and identify areas that continued to warrant greater guidance from the HHS, SBA, and Treasury to determine the appropriate accounting and tax treatment related to the funding received.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the accounting and tax implications for healthcare organizations that received funding from the CARES Act’s Provider Relief Fund and PPP loan program.
  • Identify what guidance is still needed from the HHS, SBA, and Treasury.

Presenters:

  • Amanda Coon, healthcare tax specialist
  • Dawn Stark, healthcare industry technical leader
  • Adam Stevenson, healthcare assurance senior manager

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