New Funds Available – CARES Act Provider Relief Fund Expanded to Include More Dentists

As of July 10, 2020, the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) released a new Provider Relief Fund for Providers. We have been supplied with General Information and Frequently Asked… Continue On +

Important PPP Loan Forgiveness Guidance Released

On June 22nd, additional guidance was released for the PPP loan program. The new guidance provides important information about owner and self-employed compensation as it relates to loan forgiveness along with exemptions… Continue On +

Additional Relief Funding Could Be Available For Dentists Who Provide Services to State Medicaid and CHIP Patients

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on Tuesday that they were going to provide an additional distribution from the Provider Relief Fund to eligible Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance… Continue On +

EIDL Repayment Update

Fluence previously sent a blog about the EIDL Loan and some potential problems it might have for your and your business. If you have determined that you do not want to… Continue On +

Important PPP Loan Update

We are excited to announce that on Wednesday, June 3rd, the Senate passed a bill allowing more flexibility with the PPP loan program.  The House passed the same bill last week, and… Continue On +

Update on Attestation Deadline for HHS Stimulus Money for Physicians/Medical Practices

On May 22, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced an additional 45 day extension for providers who received payments from the Provider Relief Fund to accept the… Continue On +

The EIDL May Not Be a Good Loan for the Practice

We are glad to hear that the SBA has been busy notifying loan applications that their Economic Injury Relief and Disaster Loan (EIDL) has been approved.  The question many of you have… Continue On +

How to Maximize PPP Loan Forgiveness

Many of you have received PPP loans over the past few weeks, and we know you are eager for guidance regarding how to maximize loan forgiveness.  The Treasury Department and Congress are… Continue On +