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Changes Announced To PPP Program To Help Small Businesses

In an effort to provide better access to PPP funding for small businesses, President Joseph Biden recently announced some changes to the PPP loan application process. Beginning today, February 24, 2021 and continuing for 14 days, the SBA will only accept applications from businesses with fewer than 20 employees.  This exclusive window for small businesses…

Congress Expands Small Business COVID-19 Relief

Congress and the Trump administration have struck a deal on another piece of legislation, the latest in a series of federal measures intended to provide relief in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The $484 billion legislation, which is being referred to as the Interim Stimulus Plan, amends the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic…

How Small Businesses Can Receive Cash…An Overview of the Various Relief Programs!

No, it isn’t an April Fools prank.  There are ways small businesses can receive cash in a short period of time. There are a number of loans and other programs available, however, keep in mind that businesses may not apply for different loans to cover the same costs. Let’s compare the Economic Injury Disaster Loan…

SBA Loan Applications & Other News!

Everyone has questions about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was passed by Congress and signed by the President last Friday. It is a voluminous bill of over 800 pages and provides $2 trillion designed to provide relief for American workers, businesses, hospitals, government, and certain nonprofits and other employers. A…

The CARES Act and Other News

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was passed by Congress and signed by the President is a $2 trillion package designed to provide relief for American workers, businesses, hospitals, government, and certain nonprofits and other employers. A voluminous bill of over 880 pages, we will do our best to summarize it…

Newsbreak for March 26, 2020

On Wednesday evening, the Senate passed a $2 trillion stimulus package which is designed to provide relief for American workers, businesses, hospitals and government which are sorely in need during the coronavirus pandemic. It was approved unanimously by a 96-0 vote, and now must be voted on by Congress. That vote is expected on Friday….

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