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Following are links and brief descriptions of how the CARES Act can help workers, retirees, and small business owners.
While the CARES Act may not prevent workers from being laid off, it does provide assistance in helping many Americans to pay bills and feed their families through cash payments, tax filing/payment extensions and boosts to unemployment benefits.
Click here to learn three ways this bill may likely impact you or someone you know:
Congress passed portions of the CARES Act to positively impact the health and well being of retirees, as well as provisions that benefit those still significantly invested in the markets.
Click here to view the portions of the stimulus bill that will likely have an impact on financial decisions you’ll be facing in the near future:
Since many small businesses have been rocked by the widespread isolation orders forcing Americans to stay home, it’s important to have a solid understanding of the federal small business loan program now being referred to as the Paycheck Protection Program. Lenders will have the power to instantly grant any qualifying small businesses a potentially forgivable loan to help cover payroll, rent and utility expenses during this Coronavirus crisis.
So what do you need to know to qualify for cash to help keep your employees on payroll and your business operational? View the link below to find out.