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July 23, 2020

Say funding is on April 23, 2020, the payroll period is April 13 to April 24 with a pay date of May 1. If I understand correctly, we can claim the whole pay period for forgiveness, not just the two days after the funding date. Is that correct? Then, at the end, my Covered Period ends June 17, in the middle of my payroll period from June 8 to June 19 that we will pay June 26. Is the entire pay period still covered as long as it is paid prior to the next cycle, or only the part that occurs during the Covered Period?

Posted by Armanino Financial Advisory Team

To your first question, you have it correct. The amount paid for payroll in the Covered Period (in this case, paid May 1) can be included even if the cost was incurred prior to the Covered Period, so long as it is the immediately contiguous period. As to your second question, only the part that occurs during the Covered Period may be claimed. In this case, you do not get the benefit of the entire June 26 payroll, so you will have to figure out the amount you incurred through June 17 for forgiveness purposes.

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