CARES Act Consulting for SBA Loans including the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loans
In the last few weeks, the news and response regarding the Coronavirus has escalated.
While the full implications are unknown, there do appear to be some GOOD implications given the Government’s response.
If you own a business – There are opportunities available NOW.
- If you have paid Salaries or Payroll Taxes you can obtain a loan without needing to pay it back
- If you apply (some loans), get up to a 10k advance in as little as 3 days. If you don’t get approved, this advance will be forgiven.
- Avoid penalties for borrowing from your retirement funds
- Defer your payroll taxes for 2 years
- Get Rebate Of $2,400 (Married), $1,200 (Individuals)
- If you’ve had losses in ‘18, ‘19, ‘20, amend your return for cash
- Refundable payroll tax credit for 50% of wages paid
Every example above is an opportunity, but has sophisticated guidelines and requirements. We are currently helping business owners facilitate the process to maximize their opportunity and loan options to help keep their businesses running. We look forward to answering your questions and helping determine the best approach and opportunity for your business.
Take advantage NOW while stimulus funds are still available.
IMPORTANT: The bill has just passed and we are learning more every single hour about how this bill will be implemented and the interpretations of each component. For the most up to date information and FREE Analysis based on your situation, call us or set up a free consult call time below.
We Are Experts With COVID-19 SBA Loans!
Our team knows the process and can walk you through getting your Stimulus Loan before the money runs out.
Call now 720-943-8608, or schedule an appointment:
The government has announced billions of dollars in loans (potentially interest free) for businesses in 43 states that have been negatively affected by coronavirus. We provide consulting services helping businesses apply for these loans, deciding how money may be spent, and plans for repayment (if applicable). In some cases, there may also be direct cash support.
Reduction in payroll tax for someone that is sick up to $2,000 per sick employee is about to pass the Senate. There may be further payroll tax reductions, holidays, and there have even been signals of possibly permanently removing the payroll tax. In any case, this will require expert planning.