Small Business Relief Resource Guide


As the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus outbreak has seemingly brought the world to a grinding halt, it’s the backbone of the US economy, small business, that has been left the most vulnerable.

According to the US Small Business Administration (SBA) there are 30.7 million small businesses across the country, accounting for 99.7% of all companies. In all, they employ 60 million Americans, roughly 47% of the entire national workforce.

These businesses have always been resilient and innovative, driving economic growth and they undoubtedly will play a major role helping the country recuperate from COVID-19.

While most predict that the coming recovery will take months, there are available resources to assist these businesses today. The recently passed and $2 trillion stimulus package designed to kickstart the economy includes cash and other assistance for both individuals and businesses.

Our Small Business Resource Guide covers available relief programs created for small businesses by the recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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