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Covid-19 Help for Small Businesses

Hello everyone,

Between the State and Federal government stimulus programs we now have a few options to keep your business going.  Below I've attached some links - some of these expire soon, so take a look at them at your first opportunity.

My general advice on Monday, March 30th is the following:

1. Lay off your workers if you don't have work for them.  Even 1099 contractors and self employed qualify for UIA at this point, with an extra $600 per week for up to four months.


2. Consider applying for the SBA 7b loan (COVID Disaster only) and request the $10K grant. This amount will be deducted from any other SBA loans you take out later; if you decide not to take out any other SBA loans you should not have to repay the $10K.

3. Then we look at the PPP loan (SBA 7a) which is processed by a bank.  These are the loans where 8 weeks of payroll and other costs may be forgivable. As of this morning I have a contact at Chemical Bank to quickly process loans for all of my clients.  However these loans are not open for application yet, I will let you know as soon as the applications are available.

4. We will need to evaluate on a case-by-case basis if the tax credit is a be a better option for you than an SBA loan. The tax credit covers up to 50% of your payroll from March 12 through the end of the year. As a business you can take the loan or the tax credit, but not both.

I am trying to work on each of my clients as I find out they need guidance. So if you need help, let me know and I'll add your business to the list.

Stay safe,

Courtney


https://www.sba.gov/page/coronavirus-covid-19-small-business-guidance-loan-resources

https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance

https://www.michiganbusiness.org/about-medc/covid19/small-business-relief-program/

https://www.oakgov.com/covid/businessrelief/Pages/medcstabilizationgrant.aspx https://business.macombgov.org/Business-macomb-small-business-relief

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