The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected Small Businesses Everywhere...

Our business coaches can help you understand the varied COVID-19 relief programs and funding options, locate participating lenders, and develop a plan for moving forward. 

We can also help you as you navigate supply chain issues, create a plan for moving your business online, and analyze cashflow, credit, and other finance concerns. 

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THE LATEST CORONAVIRUS RELIEF UPDATES

Notice: COVID EIDL deadline approaching

ProgramDeadline
COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan applications will be accepted until December 31, 2021. We will continue processing applications after the deadline, including reconsiderations. SBA is unable to accept new applications after the deadline.
Targeted EIDL Advance applications will be accepted until December 31, 2021. We will continue processing applications after the deadline, including reconsiderations. SBA cannot accept new applications after the deadline.
Supplemental Targeted Advance applications will not be accepted or processed after December 31, 2021, including reconsiderations. SBA strongly encourages eligible small businesses to apply as soon as possible, but no later than December 10, 2021.
  • SBA will accept and review reconsideration and appeal requests for COVID EIDL applications received on or before December 31 if the reconsideration/appeal is received within the timeframes in the regulation. This means six months from the date of decline for reconsiderations and 30 days from the date of reconsideration decline for appeals – unless funding is no longer available.
  • Borrowers can request increases up to their maximum eligible loan amount for up to two years after their loan origination date, or until the funds are exhausted, whichever is soonest.

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