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CARE Stimulus For Small Businesses

Articles

How to Make Payroll This Week by Using The Coronavirus Stimulus Package – Look Law Firm

A strategic look on how to use the resources available to make payroll as soon as possible.

SBA Under Fire for Failing to Get Aid to Struggling Small Businesses – WSJ

“Over the past week, the SBA has repeatedly changed the time frame for the payment of a loan advance—from three days and “within days” to “a week to 10 days,” according to its website and regional offices’ webinars.

A document posted as of Monday evening on its Massachusetts district office’s website indicated the amount would be $1,000 per employee up to a maximum of $10,000.”

“I guess at this point, we’re all just looking for a little bit of clarity and guidance from the SBA themselves,”

Helpful Links

FAQ on the Payment Protection Program Application and Loan Forgiveness Process

This program offers a total of $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other operating expenses. Learn if you qualify and how to apply.

Complete Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

This is a comprehensive guide to the small business resources in the CARES Act.

$10,000 Advance On the Emergency Injury Disaster Loan

EIDLs are lower interest loans of up to $2 million that are available to pay for expenses that could have been met had the disaster not occurred. The SBA is offering a 3 day $10,000 advance on this loan. If the advance is used to make payroll and operating costs, you will not be required to pay it back, even if the loan is denied.

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Tax Relief

Helpful Links

FAQ on the Payment Protection Program Application and Loan Forgiveness Process

This program offers a total of $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other operating expenses. Learn if you qualify and how to apply.

Complete Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

This is a comprehensive guide to the small business resources in the CARES Act.

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Business/Employer Obligations and Liabilities

Helpful Links

FAQ on the Payment Protection Program Application and Loan Forgiveness Process

This program offers a total of $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other operating expenses. Learn if you qualify and how to apply.

Complete Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

This is a comprehensive guide to the small business resources in the CARES Act.

FFCRA- Families First Coronavirus Response Act FAQ:

What is the effective date of the FFCRA provisions?
The FFCRA’s paid leave provisions are effective on April 1, 2020, and apply to leave taken between April 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020.

 

If I am a private sector employer and have 500 or more employees, do the acts apply to me?
No. Private sector employers are only required to comply with the Acts if they have fewer than 500 employees.

 

How do I count hours worked by a part time employee fr the purposes of paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave?
A part-time employee is entitled to leave for his or her average number of work hours in a two-week period. Therefore, you calculate hours of leave based on the number of hours the employee is normally scheduled to work. If the normal hours scheduled are unknown, or if the part-time employee’s schedule varies, you may use a six-month average to calculate the average daily hours. Such a part-time employee may take paid sick leave for this number of hours per day for up to a two-week period, and may take expanded family and medical leave for the same number of hours per day up to ten weeks after that.

If this calculation cannot be made because the employee has not been employed for at least six months, use the number of hours that you and your employee agreed that the employee would work upon hiring. And if there is no such agreement, you may calculate the appropriate number of hours of leave based on the average hours per day the employee was scheduled to work over the entire term of his or her employment.

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Business/Employer Obligations and Liabilities

Helpful Links

FAQ on the Payment Protection Program Application and Loan Forgiveness Process

This program offers a total of $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other operating expenses. Learn if you qualify and how to apply.

Complete Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

This is a comprehensive guide to the small business resources in the CARES Act.

FAQ on the Payment Protection Program Application and Loan Forgiveness Process

This program offers a total of $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other operating expenses. Learn if you qualify and how to apply.

Complete Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

This is a comprehensive guide to the small business resources in the CARES Act.

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