I hope that you are safe and healthy during this time of uncertainty. We extend our best to you and your families.
Our offices have received a number of inquiries about government grants, funding, loans or otherwise any assistance available. We are trying to stay updated on the financial climate and respond to you, as quickly and as best as we can with accurate information. In an effort to streamline communications, I request that you send any inquiries via email, rather than a phone call. I will respond to you as quickly as I can via email. Unfortunately, we are not able to field all the calls, despite our desire to do so, and email is the quickest way to get information out.
Most of the information that I provide to you in the upcoming days is public information. However, I will try to give you the easiest way to access that information. This morning, the biggest question that clients have raised, as it relates to small business, is about the grant funds available. Here is the link to that information, which includes the qualifications. Please feel free to share the information.
In following up on the coronavirus stimulus package here the link below has been created to take you to House Bill H.R. 6201. The link directs you to a comprehensive PDF document that can be downloaded and reviewed. Some of the provisions of the relief package are time-sensitive, so you may want to get started sooner, rather than later.
The stimulus payment you received may or may not be affected by your 2019 form 2019, Income Tax Return. The article begs to wonder if you should wait to file your 2019 income tax return. Depending on the result, it could disqualify a taxpayer from receiving the stimulus payment.
It is a one-time grant award to qualifying businesses.
Go to the Small Business Interruption Loans.