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We hope you are having a great July so far!

This newsletter will cover:

  • New Beyond Accounting Team Members!

  • SBA Programs

  • PPP Forgiveness & Loans

  • Employer Retention Credit

  • Upcoming Deadlines

  • Get to Know the Beyond Accounting Team


Welcome to the Beyond Accounting Team!

We are proud to announce the addition of two new team members to Beyond Accounting. Ashley is now our Staff Accountant & Jessica is our Receptionist/Payroll Specialist. If you get a chance to chat with and/or work with these new additions to our team, please give them a warm welcome. They are excited to work with all of our amazing clients! Scroll to the bottom of the newsletter to learn more about the whole team and get to know the "faces" of Beyond Accounting!


SBA Programs

he Small Business Association or SBA has many programs available to help with COVID-19 relief. If you want to know more about what programs are available and if you require assistance to fill out applications or financial information, you can contact our team to help. You can learn more about SBA programs here.


Reminder: PPP Forgiveness

If you haven't already, we encourage you to forward us your PPP loan information and documentation ASAP.

This includes any and all communication you have received from your bank. Bank communications contain unique links that we will have to click to fill out the information on your behalf. You can forward any emails to our team.

Portals for the 2nd round of PPP will be open soon.

Any questions, please let us know, we are happy to help.


Employer Retention Credit

We have calculated the credits for the first quarter of 2021, and it appears that everyone at this point has started getting their Q1 refunds.

With the 2nd quarter wrapping up we will begin calculating those credits. Keep in mind that amendments can take up to 3 months.

Please remember to send us any and all information pertaining to this credit that can help us file on your behalf.

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