Congress Expected to Pass Stimulus Package. Join Withum’s December 23rd Webinar Covering Package Details.

December 22, 2020

Wednesday, December 23 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST

Join experts from Withum’s SBA Financial Services and Tax Services Teams as they navigate through the myriad of provisions included in the more than 5,000 page legislative package finalized early this week. Withum’s team will cover in detail the provisions of the legislation which cover the following topics:

  • PPP Loans: Another Round of Funding
  • PPP Loan Forgiveness Process (Round 1 and Round 2)
  • PPP Loan Forgiveness Deductibility

Withum will also cover the basics of the following provisions, but expect to have more detailed communications on these as guidance becomes more clear:

  • Unemployment Provisions
  • Stimulus Checks
  • Employer Focused Tax Credits

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2020 was tough and we all needed support from those around us. Did an Educator or Faculty Advisor mentor you throughout the challenging year? If so, share your appreciation by nominating them to receive MCAA’s 2020 Educator of the Year Award. http://ow.ly/uj9y50DeY4t

Did your student chapter have any graduates in 2020? Has your student chapter welcomed new members? Perhaps your student chapter has a new president or faculty advisor. Please email MCAA’s Director of Career Development, Megan Walsh, with your Student Chapter transitions.

As part of MCAA’s efforts to connect our contractor and manufacturer/supplier members, we have added a new Manufacturer/Supplier Training area on http://MCAA.org. Visit to connect with the latest training opportunities from our supplier partners.

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