WEBINAR: Paycheck Protection Program UpdatesThursday, January 21, 20211:00 to 2:00 pm ETJoin Glenn Hanner for an update on the current state of the Paycheck Protection Program . He will review what has changed since the election, how the legislative changes will impact loan forgiveness including the application process, what is taxable and when, and potential approval of future loans.Glenn Hanner, CPA, CITP, CGMA, CVAGlenn is the tax partner in charge of the veterinary medicine practice at Whitley Penn LLP. For over 33 years, Glenn has helped clients navigate the complex world of tax and accounting. In addition to being a CPA, Glenn is a Certified Information Technology Professional and a Certified Valuation Analyst. He enjoys helping veterinarians create long-term value from their practice and achieve their professional goals. He is on the Board of Directors for VetPartners and is the former co-chair of the VetPartners Valuation Council. Glenn speaks to veterinarians across the country on practice management and valuation issues. He is co-author of the American Animal Hospital Association book Selling Your Practice. Glenn leads a team that serves more than 80 companion and large animal hospitals across the country. Whitley Penn is one of the region’s most distinguished public accounting firms, with offices in Austin, Dallas, Plano, Fort Worth, and Houston. They are recognized as one of the Best of the Best firms in the nation by Inside Public Accounting. Cost: FreeTo ensure the best possible experience for all attendees, we have established some basic rules for event participation. The goal is to preserve a climate that encourages civil and professional dialogue, VHMA reserves the right to suspend or terminate access to VHMA events for anyone who violates these rules. View the VHMA's Event Etiquette Policy here. Educational Sponsor:
Veterinary Hospital Managers AssociationPO Box 2280, Alachua, FL 32616(P) 518-433-8911 / 877-599-2707(F) 888-795-4520
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