As part of our National Small Business Week offerings, the McDowell Chamber is proud to present Managing PPP and EIDL Loans, a virtual Zoom webinar with Rollin Groseclose, Vice President of Tax Services and Shareholder for Johnson Price Sprinkle PA. on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at 10 a.m.
Groseclose will be joined by Wesley R. Shelley of Evans & Shelley PA to discuss legal guidelines for managing the loans. The CARES Act lays out specific rules and regulations in the handling of these funds and we want to help businesses know what's in the fine print to avoid any complications moving forward. The goal of our National Small Business Week events is to assist our members in navigating the changes and roadblocks they face during this unprecedented time.
Now that the funds are coming in from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Emergency Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) programs for local businesses, it's more important than ever to learn the proper and legal way to manage these funds. This event is free to members and nonmember of the Chamber of Commerce and everyone impacted is encouraged to attend.
Following this event, on Wednesday make plans to attend Preparing Your Business For Reopening, also a virtual event and free to the public. On Friday, we're bringing some levity to the situation with Small Business Bingo as a way to have fun while supporting our small business community.
Rollin Groseclose, CPA, CGMA is Vice President of Tax Services and holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of North Carolina Asheville where he graduated magna cum laude. He has significant expertise in the areas of tax and business advisory services and focuses his energies on manufacturing and distribution, construction and real estate development and hospitality.
Rollin’s dedication to researching knowledge areas and proactively probing opportunities with the client’s interest in mind are at the foundation of his quality client-centered approach.
About Wes Shelley:
Wesley Shelley grew up in Raleigh, where he attended Broughton High School, and later graduated from the University of South Carolina and the University of Mississippi School of Law. After law school, he briefly served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Robert C. Hunter at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, before taking over Evans & Shelley, PA in 2014.