Miked Up: Volume One

Miked Up is a series of videos where we speak candidly with the brightest minds and most experienced executives in the Georgia business community. Our goal of these conversations is to provide business owners with not only great information from highly respected leaders, but to also bring a local perspective from those in our community to those in our community.

Heidi LaMarca, Managing Partner of Windham Brannon

Over the last several weeks our inboxes have been flooded with articles, webinars, and other content about how businesses are adapting in the age of COVID. On the first episode of Miked Up we welcome Heidi LaMarca, Managing Partner at Windham Brannon, a leading accounting firm here in Atlanta, to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on financial modeling, net operating loss strategy and important aspects of the PPP loan program.

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