Every year 8(a) firms need to report to the SBA as to their progress in the program. The annual reporting requirements enable the SBA to confirm whether an 8(a) firm remains eligible for the program and is operating in accordance with regulations and goals of the 8(a) program. It is easy for many 8(a) firms to mechanically complete the forms year after year based upon information previously submitted. However, this can lead many firms to overlook changes in their operations and business that need to be accurately reported. A firm that does not complete the report correctly may be the focus of scrutiny as the line between erroneous and false information is often unclear. Firms that submit incomplete or inaccurate information not only face possible program termination, but also potential civil and criminal penalties. Our webinar will highlight the parts of the report which most often cause confusion or are incorrectly completed.

Join Tony Franco and Michelle Litteken, attorneys at PilieroMazza for this informative session.

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Date:  Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Time:  2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET
Location:  Online Webinar
Cost:  Complimentary

This webinar will be recorded! If the webinar time slot does not fit into your schedule or time zone, you can access the webinar recording to watch at your leisure anytime, anywhere. Full access will be given to all registrants to download the recordings and all the presentation materials after the live event.