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Whether the pandemic forced you to rethink your business model, start a new business or borrow from the Paycheck Protection Program, here are some tips for filing taxes this year.

#KCFed Senior Economist W. Blake Marsh & Economist Padma Sharma sat down with TEN Magazine to talk about their research that shows community banks have played an outsized role in the Paycheck Protection Program. Read the article: #EconTwitter  #Banking 

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Small businesses can now claim deductions relating to first-round Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loans. See #IRS  info on safe harbor at: #COVIDreliefIRS 

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The latest jobs report was surprisingly bad. Facebook’s oversight board upheld the platform’s Trump ban — for now. And the Paycheck Protection Program is out of money. Here’s what you need to know in business and tech news for the week ahead.

A California man has been charged with fraudulently obtaining more than $5,000,000 in government-backed Paycheck Protection Program loans that he used to buy a Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Bentley, and fund a luxury lifestyle.

The Paycheck Protection Program Is Officially Out Of Money

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It was great visiting Rounds Bakery, which has served delicious baked goods to the Northern NV community for years. So glad Sean and Anton can continue operating their business during this challenging time because of the Paycheck Protection Program.

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The investigation is examining whether Kabbage and other fintech companies miscalculated how much aid borrowers were entitled to from the Paycheck Protection Program

A California man has been charged with fraudulently obtaining more than $5,000,000 in government-backed Paycheck Protection Program loans that he used to buy a Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Bentley, and fund a luxury lifestyle.

The Small Business Administration made the announcement earlier this week that the Paycheck Protection Program will not accept new applicants. -->

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Every Senate Democrat just voted against hundreds of billions of dollars of COVID-19 relief. They blocked money for schools, testing, vaccines, unemployment insurance, and the Paycheck Protection Program. Their goal is clear: No help for American families before the election.

The House & Senate should IMMEDIATELY Approve 25 Billion Dollars for Airline Payroll Support, & 135 Billion Dollars for Paycheck Protection Program for Small Business. Both of these will be fully paid for with unused funds from the Cares Act. Have this money. I will sign now!

I just signed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act to further improve our VERY POPULAR AND SUCCESSFUL program to help small businesses. THANK YOU to our GREAT REPUBLICAN SENATORS! @senatemajldr  @marcorubio  @SenatorCollins  @SteveDaines  @SenThomTillis  @SenCoryGardner 

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RT to tell Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi to STOP blocking critical funding for small businesses. The Paycheck Protection Program is about to run out of money—millions of jobs are hanging in the balance. Congress MUST ACT!

I urge the Senate and House to pass the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act with additional funding for PPP, Hospitals, and Testing. After I sign this Bill, we will begin discussions on the next Legislative Initiative with fiscal relief....

Democrats are blocking additional funding for the popular Paycheck Protection Program. They are killing American small businesses. Stop playing politics Dems! Support Refilling PPP NOW – it is out of funds!

Here are the facts: ⇨ The Paycheck Protection Program is the only fund that is out of money. ⇨ Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are the ones holding it up. ⇨ Small businesses and their employees will suffer because of it.

The Trump administration is withholding data on who got forgivable loans from the Paycheck Protection Program and for how much. The loans were meant for small businesses—not large, wealthy corporations. Those who abused the program must be held accountable. We need that data.

It’s been four days since the Paycheck Protection Program ran dry. Republicans have been trying to fund this job-saving program for over a week, but Democrats have blocked us. The Senate will meet again tomorrow. I hope my colleagues will finally let this help move forward.

The Paycheck Protection Program is up and running! The program is open to nonprofits as well, so banks be sure to sign up our Great Religious and Veteran Organizations that need help!

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