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Acronyms like EIDL and PPP loan have your head spinning? The stimulus loans are perplexing. We’re here to help. 

Listen in on this conversation between CEO and Founder of Clara CFO, Hannah Smolinski, and Jeff Grant of the White Collar Week Podcast. This video is loaded with helpful tips for small businesses navigating COVID-19 relief programs. Hannah tells PPP borrowers exactly what you need to know about SBA fraud.


Hannah has also been interviewed on Jeff’s show about all things SBA, PPP, and EIDL. Click here to check out the full podcast. In it, she breaks down the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan and everything you need to know to apply for PPP loan forgiveness. She also covers rules for Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) and new legislation affection your small business.

These conversations will keep you from scrambling when the SBA audits begin, and help protect you from accidentally committing fraud through error or neglect

The bottom line: Document, document, document! And get someone in your court to help you understand these opportunities for your small business.


From the White Collar Week Podcast

Today on the podcast, we have Hannah Smolinski. Hannah is a CPA and founder of Clara CFO Group, a virtual CFO and consulting services firm providing small businesses with financial clarity as they grow.  Her experience for one of the world’s largest accounting firms inspired her to bring that level of financial expertise to the small business community through financial strategy, best practices, and knowledge to realize their missions.

Hannah is also a Senior Advisor to Upside Financial and its PPP forgiveness product, PPP Advisor Pro.

This episode is chock full of important and topical financial information for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Need quick advice about a specific financial situation? Book a 30 minute Quick Fire Clarity session with Clara CFO. We’re here to help bring clarity to your finances and plan for what’s next.

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