CARES Act: Accounting for the stimulus (updated July 10, 2020)

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In depth , PwC US Jul 10, 2020

Accounting for CARES Act program, including loans and tax changes, among other types of relief. Updated to address how a borrower should account for a loan through the PPP.

At a glance

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act became law on March 27. It was a response to the market volatility and instability resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, and includes provisions to support individuals and businesses in the form of loans, grants, and tax changes, among other types of relief.

This In depth answers questions regarding the accounting and disclosure implications of certain of the provisions in the stimulus package. Provisions addressed include: relief from certain accounting guidance; tax code changes; below-market loans; and other programs that essentially provide government assistance to businesses.

For a deeper discussion, please contact:

Heather Horn

US Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

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Maria Constantinou

Director, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

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David Schmid

David Schmid

International Accounting Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

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