Survey: Who’s Not Billing for PPP Services?

Some serving the greater good. Others are just confused.

By Sandi Leyva

Some 22 percent of respondents are not charging their clients for PPP services, and the overwhelming majority are doing it to increase client retention, build goodwill, and do their part to help their clients and the economy, according to the new survey sent out by CPA Trendlines and Accountant’s Accelerator

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With over 600 accountants responding, many give away services such as loan acquisition, loan forgiveness, review of Form 3508, tracing assistance, and risk management advice.