Updated Tuesday September 28th, 2021 @ 4:12pm
Last year, back on Thursday April 16th, 2020, the SBA announced the 1st round of SBA funds had officially run out in just 14 days. This included both the EIDL (Economic Injury Disaster Loan) and the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program). Today (Sunday) April 19th, it was announced the Federal Government approved another $300 to $350 billion in a 2nd round of SBA funding for these two programs.
DO NOT MISS OUT! Schedule a free consultation call below to find out how to access these funds, how to file a reconsideration request if you were turned down, and / or how to request an increase of additional EIDL funds if you were approved.
How Small Business Owners Can Survive and Thrive Through These Uncertain Times in 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Originally, $376 billion dollars were made available to small business owners on March 27th, 2020 as part of the $2.2 trillion dollar economic virus rescue / relief package. This has been expanded and increased since then.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of Treasury have begun releasing the information that will guide the programs created through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
However, there is so much chaos and confusion about how to best access these funds for you as a small business owner, independent contractor, 1099 contractor or solopreneur.
Many so-called “professionals” such as: CPA’s, accountants, attorneys, tax preparation experts, other financial pros and even the major banks themselves, do not even know all the exact rules and regulations on this.
Many business owners are getting the wrong advice, bad advice or just do not know the who, what, where, why and how to maximize getting access to these funds.
Our parent company has created Disaster Loan Advisors™ and Virus Advisory™ to help cut through the chaos and confusion, to get you the help you desperately need right now for your business and employees to survive.
The past few weeks, we’ve had a Team of experts working behind the scenes on a daily and hourly basis, speaking to various contacts at the Small Business Administration (SBA), on a national and regional district level, to get the EXACT answers you need.
Schedule a Free Consultation with one of our Disaster Loan Advisors™ to save you a ton of time and frustration, by helping get you the exact answers to access the much needed cash-flow and financial help your business needs right now.
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