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Cash Flow Webinar w/D&S - Shared screen with speaker view
Laurie White
04:51
Good morning, Mike and team from Duffy & Sweeney!
Laurie White
24:41
Good morning, everyone and welcome to this important session on business cash flow during a crisis. We will be starting momentarily.
Jim Berson
51:38
Aint no business interruption coverage paying out, is there?
Patricia Bean
52:13
I didn't think that bus interruption was paying..?
kkeating
53:05
Q. 1 If a company needs to furlough some of it's staff, can you confirm that the PPP loan is fully forgivable, provided they are brought back by June 30th?
Patricia Bean
56:34
Can anyone provide work share plans?
Patricia Bean
58:31
Also, is a non profit eligible for PPP?
Vanessa
59:50
In the future, what type of insurance coverage would cover something like this pandemic?
Jim Berson
01:00:08
Given that there are variety of options, many of which are mutually exclusive, is there a worksheet or template that exists that would support small businesses in determining which choice is the best course of action for my business
kkeating
01:00:56
You mentioned PPP funding could be available in a couple of weeks, provided paperwork is processed. Is that realistic? And how will that funding be apportioned (via payroll companies?)?
Patricia Bean
01:01:57
sorry..coming through very garbled
Stephen Del Sesto
01:15:21
any idea what the risk will be regarding Bankruptcy preference claims for payments made or received
Craig Dunlop
01:17:02
For those that purchase trade credit insurance, review the claim reporting provision before extending payment terms.
jb
01:17:32
Can ppp be used if employer furloughs everyone temporarily but over the period of the loan, people are brought back as orders come and go
Patricia Bean
01:20:04
Very well done...thank you for all the expertise here this morning!
kkeating
01:20:28
Thanks all - very helpful!
Craig Dunlop
01:23:54
Thanks Mike. Sage advice.
Stephen Del Sesto
01:24:23
thanks Mike, Stacey and Jean