As someone who has now officially worked at home for all of one week, I am by no means an expert when it comes to working from home. Personally, I much prefer the energy and excitement of being in the office and interacting in person with our team and clients. That said, in preparation for my switch from the office to home, I did quite of bit of research and planning to ensure that I could maintain a high level of efficiency and effectiveness even from my remote workspace. Here are some tips that I have found helpful.
As part of the new stimulus package signed by President Trump today, $349 billion is being allocated to assist small businesses with loans. The loans will be administered through the SBA 7a loan program via qualified commercial lenders and pertain to companies that have seen business decline as a result of COVID-19.
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Last night, the Senate passed an updated version of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The bill builds upon earlier versions of the CARES Act and includes an employee retention credit for employers that close or partially close due to the coronavirus pandemic. Eligible employers are allowed a credit against employment taxes equal to 50% of qualified wages (up to $10,000 in wages) for each employee.
Brixey & Meyer has created a dedicated team to help business owners file for the Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster relief loans in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is designed to assist small businesses suffering substantial economic injury, providing you with low interest working capital.