Accountants & Bookkeepers Not Paid For PPP Work

Under the PPP regulations, financial institutions who made PPP loans must compensate the CPAs, tax preparers, financial advisors, or other similar “Agents” who assisted applicants with successful applications.

Are you a CPA, tax preparer, financial advisor, or other similar “Agent” who assisted a small business client(s) successfully apply for a “Paycheck Protection Program” (“PPP”) Loan? Despite the regulations, CPAs, tax preparers, financial advisors, or other such “Agents” have not been paid required Agent Fees from Lenders in connection with the PPP loan application process. If your client obtained a PPP loan, you might be entitled to compensation from the financial institution that made the loan.

If you were not paid any Agent Fees for your work and are interested in learning more about our investigation, please complete the confidential form below and a member of our team will contact you.  This information is confidential and will not be shared or used for other purposes.

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