PPP guidelines say you must use 75% of the loan on payroll to earn forgiveness, but businesses explain the other creative ways they're spending the money in order to get the most bang for their buck
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The Paycheck Protection Program's official guidelines for forgiveness state that 75% of loans must be used toward payroll to be forgiven.

But some businesses are considering the payoff of using the loan for long-term investments, even if it means paying it back later.

And while it might not be possible to use all the funds within the allotted eight weeks, it might make sense to use it on other important ventures.

Some small businesses are using funds on prime real estate, others are considering...

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