Small Business Relief
The COVID-19 outbreak has created much fear and uncertainty for people from all walks of life. Small business owners are feeling the stress particularly, having to worry about not only the well-being of their family and their employees, but the challenges of staying afloat as the economy slumps during this period of social distancing and shelter in place. There are many different relief options, legal, and financial considerations to know about during the pandemic. Do I file for help under the CARES Act? Do I apply for an SBA loan? Do I file for bankruptcy? How do I handle issues with my lease? Then, there are things to consider with employees.
Top 3 Things to Do
- How to Apply for SBA EIDL
- SBA Debt Relief
- Leveraging SBA Loans to Protect Employee Paychecks (video)
- Financial Assistance for Small Business
- Landlord Considerations Amid a Global Crisis
Need Additional Guidance?
A Financial Consultant is available to walk you through your options. Financial coaching is available for 30 days. Or, an EAP Counselor is available to discuss anxiety or stress you may be experiencing. If you would like to connect with a Financial Consultant or EAP Counselor, go to the side bar on the right side of this page to Phone, Chat or Email.