A Second Chance: What Insurers Need to Know About PPP Round 2
Round 2 of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP Round 2) loans, part of The Economic Aid Act (the Act), was passed in December. Eligibility for PPP Round 2 loans, up to $2 million, is for small businesses that have:
- No more than 300 employees
- Used or will use the full amount of the original PPP loan on or before the expected date of Round 2 PPP loan being received
- A 25% or more reduction in gross revenues on all or part of comparable quarters in 2019 and 2020
Eligible expenses have expanded under PPP Round 2. The difference in covered expenses between the Round 2 and original PPP loans are as follows:
Accounting for PPP Loans
The two accounting options available for GAAP reporting entities are to present the loans as debt under ASC 470 or as a conditional contribution under ASC 958-605 (nonprofit accounting). Statutory reporting entities may only account for the loans as debt under SSAP No. 15. A comparison of the two accounting models is summarized below.
If you have any questions about PPP loans please contact our team.
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