PPP and Payroll Processing What’s happening with payroll and PPP Loans?

As we reported before more and more people are doing the math and having issues with their PPP Loans.

So what strategies are companies using with their payroll processors to maximize their PPP loans?

Todd Saylor of PayServe Systems joins us on the Future Done Right(TM) YouTube Channel to discuss.

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The Our Shawn: Hey everyone, our Sean McBride with you got Todd sailor. Joining me if you didn’t see it on camera, he’s raising his glasses glasses.

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The Our Shawn: We’re going to be talking about PPP and payroll processing. So the PPP program payroll protection program has been a popular topic of late.

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The Our Shawn: But it’s causing a lot of complications and now that we’re starting to see people getting the loans and money’s in the bank account. A want to start thinking about getting the money forgiven on the back end. Alright, so if you borrow this money you want to get the money back at the end.

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The Our Shawn: That’s going to be, you know, all based on documenting what you spent. And what’s very tricky about of course we have this eight week period. So Todd sailor.

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The Our Shawn: Pay surf systems. They’re in the payroll world. They help their clients get their PayPal set up the right way.

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The Our Shawn: For reasons we’ll talk about the show, you’ll start seeing the connection. So let’s bring taught in here, always a ball of energy to wired differently guy. If you haven’t seen Todd before on the show. So God

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The Our Shawn: Say how I tell folks a little about you and payroll systems and we’ll jump into this fun topic.

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Todd Saylor: Thanks, Sean McBride are showing cry. I say, it’s my Sean McBride.

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The Our Shawn: Why, yes, I belong to the world.

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Todd Saylor: I don’t like sharing you

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Todd Saylor: Territorial that way. Right. Yeah. So everybody this is my show on McBride. But listen, thanks for the entry, you know, kind of like bipolar thing going on right now. I got paid service in the background.

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Todd Saylor: Yes, workforce thrive, which is our nationwide HCM that’s really what we’re nationwide HCM I’m a CEO of pay serve systems.

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Todd Saylor: If you watch this before you realize some of these things about we’ve been doing it for over 20 years payroll has been my

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Todd Saylor: Life. It was the first company ever built. And we went on to build as many as 12 other entities operating under this umbrella called wired differently enterprises, but pacer and payroll. Is my baby. That’s, that’s my heartbeat. And that’s, that’s what I do for a living. That’s my core engine.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah. Yeah, that’s good, as well. I gotta, you gotta. One thing I would tell anybody that get one thing right first be great at one thing, right, you’d be

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Todd Saylor: Great at one thing

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Todd Saylor: And then the world right becomes open to you because you’re great at one thing. And now you can spread your tentacles out

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Todd Saylor: Take whatever was great about that one thing, share it with these other entities, and that’s why we’ve done what we’ve done with the

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Todd Saylor: 2012 organizations, but we’re talking about payroll, we’re talking about PPP we’re talking about the whole process of what’s going on. So if you said why are you and form top. Why, why, why should we even listen to you. I’ll tell you why.

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Todd Saylor: Because I’ve been doing it for literally almost 30 years yeah and I represent both sides, Sean.

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Todd Saylor: Of what’s going on here, which is just overwhelming. They call the cares act right and within the cares actors. One thing we’re going to talk about predominate today is the PPP

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Todd Saylor: But the cares act is the government’s blanket or shroud, if you will, how they’re going to help not only the employees, but the employers and

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Todd Saylor: prop up the economy. The make it do the things that needs to do to entice the employers of this world. The past the money on to the employees, keeping them off of, of what we would call on unemployment, keeping them away from

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Todd Saylor: Not staying active and doing these things. And I think there’s some collisions happening right now because of what they wanted to do what they wanted to happen and that’s where cares X happens and it collide with one of their products called PPP, I said, yeah, brother.

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The Our Shawn: You know the right man. And I think, you know, I think folks need to note, it’s, you know, is rushed legislation, right. So this stuff.

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The Our Shawn: coronavirus kind of took off too cold, new us and they had a rush to get the legislation out there and they

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The Our Shawn: Did a couple different things all at the same time and everything came together and that’s exactly I think collision is a good word. These laws collided, and they didn’t quite line up perfectly with each other right but

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Todd Saylor: We just said there was remarkably well stated it did come together, yo. Shawn Right.

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The Our Shawn: Yeah, they got to pass through Congress and it

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The Our Shawn: Happened. But we’re having some interesting enter place for me, for instance, one thing with the payroll protection program is, you know, they calculate everything

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The Our Shawn: And they disperse your loan and then suddenly you have this magic eight week period right and you know for some people.

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The Our Shawn: You know, of course, depending on when that date of funding is eight weeks may or may not pick up two months. It’s not going to pick up to four months.

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The Our Shawn: And so for some employers that puts them in an awkward position either for the payroll side because

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The Our Shawn: Depending on your payroll dates you may or may not have your full set of two months at payroll in an eight week period.

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The Our Shawn: And then there’s also some stuff on rent and mortgage coverage and depending on the data funding. Again, you may not pick up to full beginnings of a month right if you if you’re unfortunate to get funding on the wrong date.

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The Our Shawn: You don’t have the right money falling an eight week period so

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The Our Shawn: We’ve been talking to a lot of folks about building spreadsheets planning because Todd and I think you can tell us a little more about this because you’ve been on inside of it.

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The Our Shawn: You got to start about payroll is eight week period. And then there’s also a headcount requirements. So you got both of these things happening. And you gotta you everything crammed in within that period right

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, I think you’re you’re right on top of it so impressed with how much you know

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Todd Saylor: Not only about

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Todd Saylor: This. But you do know a lot of stuff. I don’t know. Maybe you got a chance go I you know I got tired of Netflix bingeing in the evening. So I, I didn’t are Sean McBride binge last night and my gosh I got lost in YouTube.

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Todd Saylor: wormhole with Sean

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Todd Saylor: Get out there if you really feel tired of Netflix go see some shot me private

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Todd Saylor: My shamanic breath. But anyway, so here’s what you’re saying that’s really, really intuitive and your regards is that you’re you know you’re in it with all your clients and everything, but you’re not really having to experience.

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Todd Saylor: Converting 100 employees and going through all this. And so I find that your intuition. It’s just remarkable. The things that

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Todd Saylor: You’re able to deal with and share with people and actually grasp without having to be in everything. So I just want to give a shout out for that.

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Todd Saylor: But listen, so here’s the problem with the PPP, so I want to tell you why I’m so super unique is that I am in charge for the HCM human capital management perspective, the payroll world on helping people facilitate

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Todd Saylor: Entrepreneurs and owners and business people, the tax consequences of all things are going on creating software to manage, you know, the 21 days off and

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Todd Saylor: Pay It Forward and all the benefits that they’re going to be able to claim if they get sick and they

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Todd Saylor: Were managing all the tax movements, even the things that some of these people couldn’t elect the PPP, but they’re taking the tax credits. And so we’re we’re manipulating all the large business IN THE SMALL BUSINESSES, TAX understandings from a payroll providers perspective right shot.

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The Our Shawn: Yes.

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The Our Shawn: Right, so

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The Our Shawn: I think that’s important, right, you need to. And we’ve been saying this in our other shows you know McBride attorneys law show YouTube channel future done right YouTube channel. We’ve covered in both but

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The Our Shawn: You need to plan for this period. Right. And it sounds like you’re helping people with it from the payroll side, not the Bruce

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The Our Shawn: You have to give these reports to your bank, you’re gonna have to make sure you have the right head count. You’ve got the weird overlap with the paid sick leave requirements. So you really got to know where you’re going to be and don’t wait till the end of the eight weeks to get there.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, and I would I would strongly advise anybody that doesn’t have a payroll service Bureau or HCM provider or anything of that nature.

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Todd Saylor: You know, if you don’t have one. This is a good time for you to understand why you should use one or you should research needy one because

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Todd Saylor: A lot of these liabilities that are incumbent on you, not only payroll taxes now. But some of these other orchestrations that the government

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Todd Saylor: Is throwing out there. It takes the pressure off of you. Now the payroll providers are not going to be will take all that liability, but it does give you a plausible deniability. It does it

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Todd Saylor: Gives you a reason to take a break and say well we did or didn’t have one of these that we’re implementing one of these payroll providers. We have acumen of mindset. So we’re going through these things together.

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Todd Saylor: And we can actually I know from pacers perfection perspective, we can actually help you to develop these players and help you show how our tools are our software to help you manage these things. So that’s the only real quick. So that’s the the

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Todd Saylor: The payroll business provider side of bringing for the unique side is that not only do I bring that but I have as many as 12 companies, not all of them are

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Todd Saylor: I didn’t apply all of them for the PPP I did apply for three of them, and one of them. I decided not to apply for but two of them. I did apply for. So now I’m not only in depth in actually processing these things for other people. I learned them and how to

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Todd Saylor: Manage what the government has given us to leverage the opportunities for our organization at the best capable moment so so as a CEO, you have to say, okay,

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Todd Saylor: How do we leverage what the government’s doing side and understand what the government was doing. And then I had to go get what we could get. And then, then go from there. So that’s where I think we’re going to really have a unique conversation, your lead sharp

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The Our Shawn: Yeah, definitely. Um, I think it’s a fantastic topic for the business owner. So, so you’ve gotta

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The Our Shawn: I mean, that’s what you want to do is leverage this you want to keep people employed do the right thing. That’s a, that’s a big motivation behind the PPP system was the government said, hey,

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The Our Shawn: Let’s keep people working, you know, and we understand some businesses are going to be slower because of the shutdown.

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The Our Shawn: And if your business is slower because of shutdowns come get some PPP money. Keep the payroll run and keep the employees there.

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The Our Shawn: But from an executive standpoint, you’ve got a bottom line and manage you got you do have to pay the people. Right. That’s the whole point of the payroll protection.

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The Our Shawn: Right, you have to get the money going out to the employees through your payroll service. And I know Todd, they’re still they’ve been taking on new clients in this as people have dealt with the paperwork, maybe not happy with their current system. They’ve been inviting people to

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The Our Shawn: And work with them going forward.

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The Our Shawn: So Todd let’s let’s talk some, you know, from the executive side right so you know what should an executive be thinking about as they’re running a company and now they’ve accepted some PPP money guy, the positive or cow what what what’s next.

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Todd Saylor: I think the first thing that the CEO or the President or the leadership or ownership of the company to say, hey,

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Todd Saylor: What is out there. What are the venues that are available. I’m going to give you some terms here. So once you figure out what’s available out there and for under 500 you the first things you need to understand

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, the care Zacks going to take care of people get sick. But right now, how do we go out and get money.

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Todd Saylor: And so the first thing we need to figure out is if we’re under 500 employees should we go out and ask for this PPP money.

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Todd Saylor: Unfortunately, that time has passed on the first tranche in the time has passed on the second trumped so if you haven’t done that.

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Todd Saylor: And you feel like you’re going to need it. I like get ready for a third challenge and I don’t understand whether they’re going to do that or not, but I think that you should be ready, just in case they do.

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Todd Saylor: Secondly, if you don’t get the PPP money there’s what’s called an tax credit component that will allow you to I BELIEVE, I BELIEVE TO CLAIM as much as $10,000 in tax credits per employee, if you don’t take the PPP so you’re not completely out of some advantages.

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Todd Saylor: To the cares act in regards to the employer or this is this decision portal that we’re talking about for for the employers and then there’s a disaster recovery piece where you could go out and you could file for as much as $10,000 not

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Todd Saylor: To be repaid while you assess the rest of the damages.

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Todd Saylor: Available for you out there. If the 10 doesn’t cover it. So those are the three big things that you need to actually do right away. So that’s one of the things that we did, we apply for all three in every company that we felt was suited for best in those three options, Sean.

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The Our Shawn: Yeah, so you you did an analysis company by company situation by situation which is packages would be the most right

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Todd Saylor: So one of my main companies. We just didn’t feel that qualified morally for the PPP, um, it just wasn’t set up exactly right. We could have probably leverage it yeah well

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Todd Saylor: The end of the day you know one thing I’m going to tell you about our government, I think, you know, they’re awesome in many regards. But the only thing certain, I can tell you about our government, especially in this this PPP situation is

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Todd Saylor: It’s going to change tomorrow.

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Todd Saylor: Multitude of changes. So when I apply for the PPP in the first tranche

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Todd Saylor: Things have changed dramatically. It was, you’re going to have to pay it back. If you did 75% of the employees and then it was not just 75% of boys. You can only use it on a boys and then we could add utilities and read

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Todd Saylor: And then if you just a certain percentage that you can take a loan at one point and then turned into three points and all this kind of stuff in the heat maneuvering around and now they came back after we’ve all got our chances of money.

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Todd Saylor: And said, You know what, now we’re going to go in and audit.

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Todd Saylor: Anybody that took PPP money of 2 million or more Shawn

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The Our Shawn: Right, yeah. So I a large ones they’ve already said on basically automatic on it, right, you’re gonna you’re getting audited.

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The Our Shawn: Even before the money even for the forgiveness kicks it right, it’s not going to audit you after the fact. We’re not even going to give you forgiveness until we tear through your paperwork.

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Todd Saylor: Even if you’re not over 2 million, I would go back and I would look at that contract every bank has a little bit different nuance of underwriting and I would just bone up on that because I’m telling you.

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Todd Saylor: I strongly believe that they’re going to change more. Now the other thing they just changed to Sean Is Mr. Trump told us this was not going to be taxable income. This is perfect.

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Todd Saylor: Right, this is perfect Washington bullshit. You’re going to hear right now. So here’s what happens. Trump says no tax on the loans, right, you got me, Sean.

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Todd Saylor: But then they come back and say, Okay, we’re not going to attach you on those loans, but we’re not going to allow you to deep duck.

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Todd Saylor: The utilities. The duck, the red or the duck, the payroll that we’ve told you to use her wait

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Todd Saylor: Wait, that taxable.

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Todd Saylor: Yes, I’m not looking to gift horse in the mouth. I’m not complaining. I’m just saying that’s this

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Todd Saylor: That’s the goalpost that just kind of keeps moving and if you understand things. You can see it’s moving

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Todd Saylor: Is squeezing us further and further and they’re trying to get more right and I give them credit for that. But at some point, you know, we’ve all made decisions, certainly in the first trauma based on certain things.

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Todd Saylor: But here’s the thing. And I think that you’re going to ask a question. Next is regarding how do we spend this money, I’m gonna let you go. And I’m gonna make sure I’m going where you want me to go

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The Our Shawn: Yeah, you go there, Todd. I mean, so you’re the business owner. Wait, where are you going to spend this money.

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Todd Saylor: Well, so the reason I’m telling of these pitfalls in the squeezing mentality is I’m not complaining.

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Todd Saylor: They did a heck of a job. And I mean, listen, Republicans, Democrats for some, you know, they just say, Hey, I would say they don’t like each other. But it’s clear that, Hey, Joe.

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Todd Saylor: It’s clear.

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Todd Saylor: It’s clear to bad word, I hope, any of you out there don’t hate anymore. It’s not prosperous

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Todd Saylor: It’s not prospers.

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The Our Shawn: I agree. I agree. It’s bad energy to hate people

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The Our Shawn: Focus on the positive side, you and I both agree on that.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah yeah

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Todd Saylor: It’s not prosper. So here’s the thing to be prosperous. We need to be aware, and so we need to be aware that they don’t like each other and they’re going to continue to move this thing.

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Todd Saylor: The Republicans didn’t one way dumb, Chris. Another way they all can agree if there’s a lot of money flying. I will tell you, personally, we have have 123 tranches of money come our way from the government to have them completely unexpected.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, from a state that we worked in or it’s just amazing how much money’s flowing around out there. Now, my, my job is to spend that appropriately, but the conflict is how do we do it.

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Todd Saylor: And maximize what they’ve given us, given the fact that they’re squeezing the requirements.

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The Our Shawn: And what do you recommend their time.

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Todd Saylor: Well,

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Todd Saylor: I will tell you, I can only tell you how I’ve done it. And I will tell you that I would challenge all of you to burn it all you burn it off.

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Todd Saylor: And the way you burn it all in. The reason I’m telling you burn it all is because that’s what it was put there. Yeah, they’re not telling us how to burn it.

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Todd Saylor: They’re just telling us the burden. When I say burden. I mean, spend, you know, spend furniture like that up. I mean, given don’t if you’re a business owner, you’re sitting back thinking

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Todd Saylor: How can I gave this, how can I, how can I possibly this and do a quick now like now. Let’s make it a trust factor. Right. How can I turn this thing around and put some

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Todd Saylor: Change in the old bottom line. I deserve it. Well, the only way you ever prosper in that regards one not to not to think about how you’re always going to gain from you got to figure out how

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Todd Saylor: To do things for other people. And this is a perfect example. Okay, so here’s what we do. The problem we’re running into at least one of my companies both my companies, but one more predominated. The other is that we’ve got to trust you have let’s say $100,000

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Todd Saylor: So the first thing. Yeah. So the first thing I want you to do is take that money that you get from the bank. Okay, and you decide when you want to sign those loan documents to align it with your payroll.

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Todd Saylor: Yes. Okay. You get to choose when you started to loan docs, Sean. When the trick here the eight weeks. Does that make sense.

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Todd Saylor: Right. And so one of the things you said earlier was, you know, sometimes things don’t line up, but I think you can take. I know we took charge of that and we we dictated where we want the funding date to land.

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Todd Saylor: And we were able to do that with our bank. So that’s one thing I’d like to tell you. And then I’d like to tell you this, when that funding does come, Sean.

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Todd Saylor: Okay. And I want you to be able to show a perfect trail from the SBA into an account and a perfect trail for eight weeks in a row for payroll 123478 right

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Todd Saylor: All right. And then when you read comes up, you take the money out of there and you pay rent one rent to utility one utility to. You got me.

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Todd Saylor: To say we directed the money right from where it was coming in to where it was supposed to go.

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Todd Saylor: Now our responsibility is to have as many as 75% of the employees back on payroll. By the end of eight weeks.

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Todd Saylor: Right. So this is where you need to be planning before you take the PPP money on. So you’re not walking into this eight weeks, and the clock is ticking and you’re not spending money on the front end, but you’re not gonna be able to burn at the back end.

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Todd Saylor: Right. Alright, so some of the ideas is going to happen is one we know right away. The middle folder fret money out rebuild folder utility right now so we pull that out. So if you got 100,000 coming in.

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Todd Saylor: And 10,000 is rent, utilities, pull that out. I got 90,000 to spend over eight weeks. You still with me.

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Todd Saylor: I want you to have that eight week plan already laid out in a master plan. If you don’t, you can still do this.

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Todd Saylor: All right, now I want you to understand too that you have employees that have been with you a long time.

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Todd Saylor: I there is some reputation rep representation there of if you don’t call it hazard pay, but more difficult pay, right.

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Todd Saylor: So a bonus helps move that up and you’re sharing with the people that are sucking it up and toughing it out for you. You’re keeping them moving. You can’t burn the whole thing and bonuses. But that’s one way to spend some money.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, once they’re invited to come back to something they lose their unemployment.

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Todd Saylor: That’s right. That’s your own plan your own. Well, that’s how you got to deal with it. But I also want to understand that just because the person you have working for you is not working. The core competency of the restaurant you follow me doesn’t mean they can’t be paid in the PPP

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Todd Saylor: That you would have had to pay out of your pocket in a different way. And you could have these people working into it now. They may not be your, your, your go to waiters in your but hey, I know I have one situation where my number one fryer. That makes doughnuts.

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The Our Shawn: Whether it’s wallpaper in the interior to get ready for reopening if it’s changing things around, because I think a lot of restaurants are going to have to change their physical layout, at least temporarily maybe long term, right. You can’t get as many people in the restaurant.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah. And here’s the thing, if that was the idea, then why are we paying more to stay home then to come back and do things.

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The Our Shawn: The paid sick leave and the PPP money right so if you’re one of these employers who qualifies for the paid sick leave.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, and I think, you know, I will tell you, I know I struggled with it but i i do think that it’s important that a leader and CEO or president, it’s looking at all the strategy, I think, is job number one to capture as much of these

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Todd Saylor: To create the distance in our organization. Now you know you’ve heard my speeches and stuff. But this is a critical component critical teaching component a critical time for us to understand. We are just wired to go that distance for our organization, right, Sean. And so

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The Our Shawn: Not only should you be burning all this money paying our people, which is a good thing but make our organization stronger for the future. They all work together.

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Todd Saylor: You’re still there counting the five that you’re they’re paying you for the five that you would have already paid or whatever your sales would have supported. Does that make sense. Sure. Yeah, so that’s a bottom line drip inch

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The Our Shawn: I think that was one of the ideas was to to use this money so business could get ready to go forward. So if you’re a smart steward of the money you show we should have more than just a week’s worth of money out of this potentially right, you may be able to

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The Our Shawn: But be a smart strategist. Don’t just say, Hey, this is money. That’s kind of free right I pay the payroll, I get the money and my employees use it to build the business for the future so that you have something stronger for yourself and for your team, right.

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Todd Saylor: Hear me talk or get me on YouTube. And I will tell you your number one job is to understand your mission, and that is to go the distance and this is one of those clear cut examples. It’s Sean McBride my show me proud are showing me is bringing to you. That’s why he does all this

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The Our Shawn: Go man. I’m gonna help business owners help business leaders live the lives and their dreams and, you know, a remarkable Sean absolutely remarkable.

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The Our Shawn: I appreciate. I appreciate that. Todd. Yes, we make big impacts on the economy and that’s our job going forward. So, Todd.

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The Our Shawn: Been a fantastic. I know you’ve mentioned you’re wired differently channel.

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The Our Shawn: How do people come check you out, check out some of your stuff. I know you’re out there talking to people about being wired differently and building wired differently organizations, how they come see all your great stuff.

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Todd Saylor: Yeah, so I mean today. Listen pacer Systems Incorporated. Our nationwide HCM we deal with the thousand employers or more

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Todd Saylor: In a payroll HR world cloud calculating brilliant, one of the top providers in the country on a Kronos platform just privilege to do that for well over 25 years closer to 30 but

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Todd Saylor: From a bigger scope of all the businesses that I do is wired differently.com you can look me up at wired differently.com. You can also

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Todd Saylor: Go to YouTube. It’s a really great page. It’s new. I’m sorry. A great channel.

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Todd Saylor: Cod sailor wired differently YouTube channel. I would love subscribers. I’m begging for subscribers. It’s early right so if you could sign up twice. Man, I would appreciate that use maybe your, your, your family can help me out. I need to get to more than two subscribers.

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Todd Saylor: But it’s a great channel.

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The Our Shawn: It, you got to build it right and that’s part of building the business processes, you know, step by step, so

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The Our Shawn: Fantastic Todd Thanks for joining us today. Folks, drop your comments here the future done right YouTube channel subscribe to that one as well because we want to bring you more tips to make you a better business owner better business leader.

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The Our Shawn: So we’ll be reading through what you have to say I’m are Sean Maguire pat yourself on the back for doing the hard work. Todd Thanks for being a fantastic guest.

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Todd Saylor: All right, let’s go. Everybody, nice job show

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