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COVID-19 Legal Resources
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Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic is a scary time for many, especially if you are no longer able to work if the COVID-19 crisis affects you or your business.
View the following resources provided by the Small Business Administration and other helpful agencies to help get a better understanding of what you can do to get support and stay afloat during COVID-19.
If you have any questions, please call New, Taylor & Associates at (800) 208-9169. We will do our best to help you begin the process.
The Small Business Administration is available to help your business during COVID-19. Explore the following programs to see what may help your business or employees during this time.
Small Business Association (SBA) Resources:
Guidance and loan resources for businesses and employees. During this time, it is crucial that business owners and employees alike work together to stay safe and healthy.
If you feel sick, stay home. The SBA has multiple funding options and assistance programs to keep your business running as well. Explore their guidance and loan resources to learn more or to speak with someone from your local SBA partner.
Funding programs. The SBA has loan options to help fund your business. View their site to see if you qualify for a small business loan, or to learn more about the guidelines for applying.
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). 2 ½ times of monthly rent, utilities, payroll, and other expenses. The loan is forgiven if your employees are kept on the payroll.
Important Treasury links regarding the PPP:
Resources for Individuals
Unemployment is scary and stressful, especially during a pandemic. View your state’s unemployment benefit options below to see what you may qualify for.
State Unemployment. If you are unable to work during COVID-19, visit the State and Local Government website to see how to file for unemployment benefits in your state.
Contact New, Taylor & Associates for Legal Assistance During COVID-19
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