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The U.S. Treasury and Small Business Administration Grant Small Businesses a Safe Harbor

Yesterday, the U.S. Treasury and Small Business Administration stated that businesses seeking less than $2 million in emergency relief via the Paycheck Protection Program will be considered qualified unless it is proven otherwise. Many small businesses were initially denied access to the PPP, which is why this comes as a…

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U.S. Senate Approves Additional 320 Billion To Paycheck Protection Program

ATTENTION SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS: A SECOND BITE OF THE (PPP) APPLE On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, the U. S. Senate passed an interim funding bill which provides for additional forgivable loans to businesses and non-profit organizations. The bill includes $320B for the popular Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). The original funding…

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What do trustees do during the estate planning process?

Trustees play an integral part of the estate planning process. Keep reading to learn more about their role and how to make…

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What are the most common mistakes made when filing a car accident claim?

When you're injured following an auto collision, taking the proper steps to file a car accident claim is crucial. Read on to…

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