Getting Back to Business Webinar
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
PPP Questions: You Have Your Money, Now What?
For many printing firms, the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has been a nightmare to navigate. Despite that, many Printing Industries Alliance members have been approved for PPP funding and face the next question, “Now What?”
Despite some recent clarification, questions abound regarding permitted use of the funds, documentation, and conditions under which loans will be forgiven, see PIA’s blog post on this topic here.
Join us for the Getting Back to Business Webinar on Friday, May 15th at 2:00 PM as Harry Marino, President and Wayne Wawrzyniec, CFO Specialist of the Marino Advisory Group shares “Now What” details and answers key questions in preparing for success to maximize PPP loan forgiveness, including:
- Rules and optimal use of PPP funds
- Key indicators in tracking funds to maximize forgiveness
- What Documentation is required for best practices
- What to expect from your bank and what process is required in filing for forgiveness
The Marino Advisory Group (MAG) is a veteran owned and operated business that provides outsourced CFO, Controller, and Full Charge Bookkeeping services to small and mid –sized business. MAG has a team of professionals with extensive experience in implementing financial controls and reporting, analyzing business processes, developing policies and procedures, and restructuring activities necessary to keep client’s business financial health on solid ground.
Harry Marino is a C-level finance and operations professional with an MBA from Ashford University and degrees in finance & economics. He worked as a controller, VP of Finance and CFO providing financial solutions for small to mid-sized companies within a variety of industries. In these roles, responsibilities included accounting, financial management and analysis, regulatory reporting, forecasting and budgeting, performance assessments, revenue-cycle and cash management, negotiations, policies and procedures, inventory, information technology and special projects.
In addition to finance, Harry led business operations for several companies in strategic planning, business development, human resources, facilities management, operating agreements, and overall operations management. These positions include team building, mentoring, and training of personnel. Harry also served over 30 years in the Navy and has volunteered for the Junior Achievement and City Job Plus Programs along with serving on several boards including the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), the Pirate Toys Fund and several Down Syndrome Associations.
Wayne Wawrzyniec has over 20 years of progressive financial and managerial experience including financial and operations management, human resource, business development, corporate reorganization, workflow and process improvement and grant funding acquisition and management. Wayne started his career with the international firm of Ernst & Young, LLP. Subsequently, he worked with mid-size privately held manufacturing companies in the printing and metal working sectors holding various positions including VP of Finance and Administration, Chief Financial Officer and VP of Operations. He successfully led projects including a product line acquisition, corporate merger and an IT systems implementation. Wayne has been instrumental in raising multiple rounds of debt and grant funding in support of growing operations. Wayne is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a graduate of SUNY Buffalo with degrees in Accounting and Finance.
For more information on the Marino Advisory Group, please visit them at www.marinoadvisorygroup.com
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