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Video Correction [9:30]: Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)

The EIDL Emergency Advance of $10,000 is forgivable. Please see chart below.

[vc_single_image image=”4327″ img_size=”large” alignment=”center”][vc_cta h2=”April 8, 2020: Economic Stimulus Package”]With government focus on economic stimulation and business continuity, join Integrity Financial’s CEO Lockwood Holmes and Fintent’s CEO Scott Wilson as they discuss the application of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program and disaster relief loans.


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Kristofer Gray, Principal of Integrity, is a minority owner of Fintent, an accounting firm. Given the financial stake held by Mr. Gray, a conflict of interest exists to the extent that Integrity may recommend Fintent to its clients for accounting services and where Integrity is recommended to clients of Fintent for investment advisory services. The client is under no obligation to act upon any such recommendation from either Integrity or Fintent. Any services provided by Fintent are separate and distinct from Integrity’s advisory services and are provided for separate and typical compensation. Integrity does receive compensation for professional engagements entered into between the two entities.