It is hard to believe that we are entering our 6th week of a relative state shut down. While most of us have greatly reduced our hours, there are signs that we will begin to slowly open up over the month of May. The governor announced that he will begin to consider how the state will open on May 20th, but the hospitals and surgery centers announced a target date of May 11th to begin elective surgery. This is certainly a movable target, but it is encouraging to be having the conversation.
Just a couple of reminders regarding the Paycheck Protection Program. A new round of stimulus money is on the way. If you have a completed application you should hear within a few days, and if you have not yet completed the application, there is still time and there is certainly no risk. Please refer back to the CPMA website, under the COVID-19 section on the home page.
Otherwise, click here to go directly to the updates page.
Scroll down to the PPP section and all the proper forms and sample submissions will be available to you.
We will be holding a
on June 4th, which we will conduct by Zoom. During which, a financial planner will present important and useful information for our industry. Mr. Robert Karn, JD, has presented at one of our prior state symposiums and was well received. You can learn more about Mr. Karn on our
We are conducting a series of survey questions, the answers of which we will present at the state meeting. Please take a few seconds to respond:
MEMBER POLL: Will you submit an application for PPP in this second round?