Ed has over twenty-five years of experience in public accounting, business consulting and business operations. He joined the firm in 2004, becoming a partner in 2007 where he manages accounting services including compliance and quality control. He provides guidance on complex tax matters, reviews accounting and tax work, and oversees the firm’s human resources, continuing education and operating systems development. Ed earned his Master in Business Administration degree from Temple University and Bachelor’s degree from Northeastern Bible College. He is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Ed is a Trustee at his church and enjoys running, baseball, travel and family activities.
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The U.S. House overwhelmingly (417-1) approved legislation Thursday, May 28th, making it easier for small businesses and other recipients of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding to qualify for forgiveness of the loans.
The House bill, called the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (PPPFA), H.R. 7010, includes:
The following are the rules for the Paycheck Protection Program — especially in relation to maximizing Loan Forgiveness. Regulations and guidance from the government have evolved and we will continue to keep you updated on changes moving forward.