Gray, Gray & Gray enjoys offering valuable advice and guidance through our series of webinars that focus on important issues that affect you and your business.
Managing Your Business Through the Covid-19 Crisis
An important free webinar series for all business owners and managers
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In case you missed or would like a refresher on the information shared in the previous webinars in the series “Managing Your Business Through the COVID-19 Crisis”, now you can access the recordings by clicking the links below.
WEBINAR #1: STEPS TO TAKE RIGHT NOW TO SUSTAIN YOUR BUSINESS
MONDAY, MARCH 23
Business management authorities Jim DeLeo, Bryan Pearce and Derrick Rebello from Gray, Gray & Gray share practical advice on what to do right now to help better position your business to survive the current disruption, including:
- Managing customer expectations
- Cash flow management and forecasting
- Accessing working capital
- Personnel management
- Preserving your supply chain – vendor relations
- Banks, loans and leases
- Government programs – SBA and Mass. small business loans
- Disaster insurance
WEBINAR #2: Tax Relief, HR Issues, & Cybersecurity Concerns
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25
Presented by members of Gray, Gray & Gray’s Human Resources, Tax and IT Leadership
- Managing Your People
- Remote work opportunities and issues
- Alternatives to layoffs
- Unemployment compensation
- Extension of payment deadlines
- Tax relief programs planned and in place
- Strategic tax planning today
- Cybersecurity Issues
- Remote working options
- Keeping communications open – and secure
- Cybersecurity issues in a remote working environment
WEBINAR #3: Managing Investments In Turbulent Times
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
Gray, Gray & Gray’s Jim DeLeo, MBA, CPA/MST is joined by private wealth management leaders Dan Romano, CPA, PFS, and Justin Klunder, CFA, from Gray Equity Management, LLC, for a special Q&A session focused on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on individuals and the investment market.
WEBINAR #4: Unwrapping the “CARES Act” Federal Relief Package
TUESDAY, MARCH 31
On March 27th, the House of Representatives passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2 trillion relief and stimulus package to provide economic support to both individuals and businesses during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Now the bill moves to the President for signature. This massive legislation goes far beyond tax policy changes to encompass a wide range of unemployment extensions and enhancements, and direct payments to nearly all Americans. Join Gray, Gray & Gray’s Jim DeLeo, Kelly Berardi, Derek Rawls, and Brad Carlson as they explain the key components of the CARES Act and how it may affect you and your business, including:
- Paycheck protection program
- Individual tax credits
- Refundable payroll tax credit
- Emergency business loans
Webinar dates, times, topics, and presenters are subject to change with or without notice.
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