In the third Town Hall in the Main Street Recovery Program (MSRP) series, State Treasurer John Schroder will be joined by LCPA Member Kurt Oestriecher and P&N MSRP Program Administrator Mark Staley, PMP, for an update on the program designed to
provide grants to eligible Louisiana small businesses to assist their recovery for the impacts of COVID-19.
If you didn’t think your business or a client's business could qualify for an MSRP grant or that it wasn’t worth the time...THINK AGAIN!
Treasurer John Schroder will give an update on the Main Street Recovery Program, the available funds, and how the program has been retooled to make it less restrictive and more generous to Louisiana small businesses recovering from
the impacts of COVID-19.
Kurt Oestriecher and Mark Staley will walk participants through some of the common myths and facts about the MSRP including:
- which businesses can apply – you don’t have to be a minority- or veteran-owned business to get a grant
- the new, one-sheet pre-qualifier to get you started on the abbreviated Quick Relief application – it really is easy
- a detailed step-by-step look at the Quick Relief and Itemized application options, and the helpful formula and worksheets that clear the confusion
- what expenses qualify in determining MSRP eligibility and how PPP and EID loans factor in – a business may get them all!
- what documentation you need to apply and how to upload to the secure web portal – the information is securely stored
- how you can provide a value-add service to your clients/business to help them get money that doesn’t have to be paid back
- how even future claims through November 4 can qualify as expenses
- how Quick Relief applications can get a second look and may qualify for the max grant of $15,000 – a nice surprise
- the timeline for processing and the payment procedure – how a business receives the funds
- PLUS, time for CPA Q&A.
Join us for this free webcast and learn how to assist small businesses down the road to recovery.
Note: This webcast is being offered as a benefit to LCPA members and their staff. It does not qualify for CPE.
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Meet the Speakers
John Schroder was elected Louisiana State Treasurer in 2017 and was just re-elected to a four-year term. As a businessman and entrepreneur, he believes government should manage its money like you manage your businesses and households. In his
two years in office, the Treasury returned more unclaimed property checks than any other year on record, and saved the state millions of dollars by renegotiating contracts and forcing departments to restructure their borrowing habits.
Treasurer Schroder is a U.S. Army Vet and served 10 years in the Louisiana House of Representatives.
Kurt Oestriecher, CPA
Kurt is partner in charge of accounting and auditing services with Oestriecher & Company, CPAs, in Alexandria, and is also involved in litigation support and small business consulting engagements. Kurt is a 3-time recipient of LCPA’s Outstanding
Discussion Leader Award and has been named an Outstanding Discussion Leader for the AICPA 10 times. Kurt recently received the association's Special Recognition Award for his service within the last five months in the wake of the COVID-19
crisis, specifically in helping CPAs and other business leaders understand the impact of legislation including the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act; Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA); and the SBA's
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Mark Staley, PMP
Mark is Leader of Consulting Services for P&N and the partner in charge and program administrator for the Department of Treasury Louisiana Main Street Recovery Program. Mark works with his team of over 100 accountants and consultants to
ensure that the grants administered by the program and handled accurately and timely, in accordance with State and Federal laws.