If applying to have your Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiven seems intimidating, you are not alone. Maybe the thought of the paperwork has prevented you from even applying for a PPP loan. Well we have good news: help has arrived. A new online tool can simplify the process—and its free. Any business that took
Your business will be more successful if you facilitate access to legal advice for your self and for your employees. Each of your employees has 2-3 unsolved legal problems at any time. These unresolved problems lead to absenteeism, reduced productivity and poor customer service. By helping your employees get connect to solutions to these problems,
#1 There’s no point in applying A PPP loan is worth applying for. Calling it a loan is misleading. If done correctly, it’s a grant – you won’t have to pay it back. So why not apply? While it’s true that overwhelming demand has slowed down some banks’ approval processes, that doesn’t mean you should give
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June 30th is the deadline to apply for a Paycheck Protection Program Loan. Many lenders have stopped accepting applications. Here is a list of Fintech lenders that may still be accepting applications (but act fast!): Fundbox Biz2Credit Funding Circle Paypal Quickbooks Capital Confirm that they are still accepting applications. You can also check out the
In an effort to encourage more businesses to sign up and to alleviate concerns about being able to get the loans forgiven for businesses like restaurants that haven’t been able to open to customers, Congress provided more flexibility by passing the Paycheck Protection Program Forgiveness Act earlier this month. It extends the covered period (the
PPP Loan Rules Change (again) But This Change is Good
IRS Rule that hurts Paycheck Protection Program loan borrowers
High-Risk workers have special concerns when asked to return to work.
Employees refusing to return to work do not count for paycheck protection loan forgiveness