Bad News for Small Businesses that take out PPP Loans

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The IRS has recently released some bad news for small business firms: the businesses can’t deduct expenses that result in forgiveness of the loan. The stimulus law says that loans forgiven under the Paycheck Protection Program are nontaxable. But the legislation is silent on whether expenses that are funded by the PPP loan proceeds, such as payroll costs, utilities, and … Read More

Are PPP Loans going to be Taxable Income?

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A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation on May 6 to enable small businesses to deduct their expenses even if they have received a loan from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Protection Program that was later forgiven. On April 30, the IRS issued a notice that said small businesses couldn’t deduct these expenses and that no tax deduction is allowed … Read More

PPP Loans – How to Track Your Finances After Filing

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Now that you’ve wrapped up your Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan application, it’s time to move on to the next step. As you likely noticed, there is a precise list of approved uses for your government-granted funds, so you and your business must keep detailed records of your expenses to avoid needing to pay it all back.  Approved Uses for … Read More