Small businesses in the United States have seen economic hardship by mandatory closures and safety measures required to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). But thanks to recent federal, state, and local governments, businesses have a growing number of small business relief programs and resources, including many new provisions enacted by Congress. The FDIC is also encouraging banks to work with customers to provide coronavirus assistance, related to both personal and business finances.
New developments occur every day for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), that was passed and signed into law. The bill provides significant relief for small and mid-sized businesses. Learning how to navigate and understand new stimulus benefits is essential for business owners looking to succeed during this difficult period.
For more information about state and federal small business relief programs available for you and your small business, download our free Guide to Federal and State Relief Programs.
This free guide contains state by state relief programs available across the US as well as additional information on federal programs.
Download the free Reliant Funding Guide to Federal and State Relief Programs here.
For the most up to date information about relief programs, visit https://www.reliantfunding.com/covid19.
States and municipalities are adding programs by the day. Check your governor’s website for up-to-date information about relief available in your area. The National Governors Association offers a list of governors’ websites.