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Q&A Webinar for Bent Ericksen Clients - Shared screen with speaker view
Brad Stoker
59:51
The host can mute all participants
gbell
01:00:39
Please ask Christine Grant to mute her mic
rosedifazio1
01:01:38
Does the term “beginning on loan origination” mean the date the application was made/approved or when disbursement of funds occurs? And do you have to take the funds when you apply and get approved?
kathym
01:04:20
my business partner can’t get in-is attendance capped?
Bryon
01:04:41
I like that Tim is going into the details right out of the gate! Thank you for getting specific :-)
Kathy Stuart
01:05:25
Too much collateral noise
Teresa
01:06:40
Please mute everyone
Adrienne Twigg
01:07:59
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE MUTED!!!!
anitakarasko
01:08:18
please mute everyone.
Suzanne
01:08:56
To Adrienne Twigg and Bent Ericksen: As the host of this presentation, you have the ability to mute all of us. We should not need to do it ourselves. I have not had to mute myself on any other Zoom meeting I've been to.
Carrie Labritz
01:10:12
I can’t hear you very well
Cal's Ipad
01:10:23
thanks!
Kathy
01:11:13
will we get print copies of this presentation?
Guthrie
01:17:30
is there a letter that can be shared for furlough?
Brad Stoker
01:19:13
from the ADA The ADA has checked with the DOL and they have confirmed that dental office owners are not required to pay paid sick leave or extended family leave—if the employee has a child whose school or daycare is closed due to COVID-19—as long as they meet at least one of the three criteria above.
Brad Stoker
01:19:38
On April 1, the DOL issued a rule implementing H.R. 6201. This rule says that a small business with fewer than 50 employees may claim the exemptions if:The leave would cause the small employer’s expenses and financial obligations to exceed available business revenue and cause the small employer to cease operating at a minimal capacity;The absence of the employee or employees would pose a substantial risk to the financial health or operational capacity of the small employer because of their specialized skills, knowledge of the business, or responsibilities; or,The small employer cannot find enough other workers who are able, willing, and qualified, and who will be available at the time and place needed, to perform the labor or services the employer or employees requesting leave provide, and these labor or services are needed for the employer to operate at a minimal capacity.
Naren Chelian
01:20:24
o Is the business considered closed if Employees are working but we are NOT seeing patients?
Sarah's XR
01:20:25
our FT employee self quarantined this week but it ended up being allergies. We do not offer paid sick leave. with the new care act do we pay her for hours lost this week?
Vi
01:20:48
furlough/layoff comparison chart back up later please
MOSAIC Management Group
01:21:27
You can screenshot in zoom - on a mac command T
Doug Larson
01:22:25
My mac is command shift 4
Maggie Garcia
01:22:52
I read that it has to be 75% for payroll
Vi
01:23:14
is there a difference between the disaster loan vs the grant under EIDL program? or do they mean the same thing
Julian Davila
01:23:50
I understand the grant can be applied as part of the EIDL
Julian Davila
01:24:03
Is this webinar being recorded and available to all members later on?
Eric
01:24:15
8 week window sucks. We need a deferment...
Vi
01:24:18
thank you. Can we please get the slides from the webinar to our emails?
BJ JMoorhead
01:25:07
Tim, Kate Willeford sent out something yesterday that said it is now believed that we will be able to apply for the loan now and delay drawing the loan until we are ready to use it.
Naren Chelian
01:25:52
o Will this cover DR’s payroll up to 100K if we pay ourselves as a W-2?
Eric
01:26:12
@ BJ- That is tremendous news if true! (Hi! BTW!!)
BJ JMoorhead
01:26:29
Jim, go to the bottom left of your screen and unblock “MUTE”
DrHarning
01:26:37
He needs to test his audio
drsalcarcara
01:29:27
Can a doctor in NJ who owns 100 percent of an S Corp and pays himself a W@ with unemployement tax taken out collect uninsurance and if not then can we at leat get the expanded UI from the fed of $600 per week or is this tied to the state UI qualifications because prior to the pandemic an owner could not collect in NJ. That is has the fed expanded and overridden state statutes?
rosedifazio1
01:29:28
We still have the CARES Act slide up
Kathy Stuart
01:30:56
do you have any idea on applying now or waiting?