Whether facing financial challenges, or wondering how to meet the OSHA requirements as a small business owner during COVID-19, here are some resources to help.
FUNDING OPTIONS & PAYROLL ASSISTANCE. The SBA is promoting small business grants and loans including the Emergency Disaster Loan Emergency Advance (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through its lender partners.
Payroll Protection Program: For help making payroll during COVID-19, the small busiess administration and partner lenders. To learn how to apply, go HERE.
Payroll Protection Program: For help making payroll during COVID-19, the small busiess administration and partner lenders. Loan amounts of up to $10M based on a business’ average total monthly payroll costs may be available. To learn how to apply, go HERE.
To find eligible PPP lenders, CLICK HERE
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Emergency Advance (EIDL): The EIDL program provides loan amounts of up to $2M based on economic injury as determined by the SBA (further details regarding loan maximums and borrower eligibility can be found at the SBA’s website). The SBA is offering small business owners grants of up to $10,000 to help meet your immediate business expenses as well as emergency loan funds. To apply, go HERE
SBA Bridge Loans: Already have an SBA Loan but need to access more funds up to $25,000? Go HERE.
SBA Debt Relief: Under water & can’t pay your SBA loan? Apply HERE
KEEPING YOUR EMPLOYEES SAFE
CDC (Center for Disease Control) tips during COVID-19. Learn what your rights and obligations are to keep your workers and the public safe. Go HERE
OTHER SMALL BUSINESS CONSULTING RESOURCES
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