PPP Round #2: Funding and Changes to the Employee Retention Credit

 

The second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds is now available for small businesses. 

If you have questions about PPP loans – how you can obtain these funds, as well as how to apply for loan forgiveness, this webinar is for you. Gene Barinholz of Kutchins, Robbins & Diamond Ltd. is back with another information-packed event on PPP loans and was joined by Paul Wilkins.  They discuss sweeping changes to the Employee Retention Credit, which is now easier to qualify for and much more valuable to claim.  A Q&A session was held at the end of the webinar.

Don’t miss this valuable (members-only) opportunity to learn how to use these new revisions to your advantage so you can receive the most loan forgiveness and maximize your payroll tax credits.

 

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Why CNC Automatic Fire Systems are Essential to Your Shop

 

 

Ed Chivers and Scott Starr of Reacton Fire Suppression Systems will show the need for automatic fire suppression systems with an in-depth overview for CNC machines. Reacton Fire Suppression systems use the proven fire detection tube technology while coupling it with a larger range of high-performance systems optimized for clean agent gaseous fire suppressants from 3M and Chemours.

 

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PMPA Business Trends November 2020

 

With 75 companies responding, the PMPA Business Trends Index for November came in at 125 – this is two points (1.6%) over November 2019’s 123 value.  It is down 6 points (4.5%) from October 2020. While the rate of growth slowed, it remains positive. The index is five points above the November 5-year average of 120.2.  

All sentiment indicators were positive, with Employment and Profitability outlook notably improved. Our precision machining shops- and our talented performers- continue to play a positive and essential role in the economic recovery.

 

PMPA BUSINESS TRENDS NOVEMBER 2020 REPORT

 

 

Published March 2021.   

By Miles Free III

What data drives your shop? An unexpected look at the kinds of data that you ought to be using to make your shop the most competitive and sustainable that it can. Spoiler alert — no new sensors or IT technologies required to get the payback from these data tools.

 

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Published January 2021.   

By Miles Free III

What data drives your shop? An unexpected look at the kinds of data that you
ought to be using to make your shop the most competitive and sustainable that
it can. Spoiler alert — no new sensors or IT technologies required to get the
payback from these data tools.

 

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