SBA Disaster Loan Funds Runs Dry

As the Senate continue to debate next steps in terms of new coronavirus relief actions, a part of the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program has run out of advance monies. The EIDL program, which was funded to the tune $20 billion in the CARES Act, provides that businesses that apply for…

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DOL Webinar Series

The US Department of Labor Wage & Hour Division will present the final webinar in its series, “Navigating COVID-19: A Virtual Guide for the Employment Community” at 1:00 PM CDT next Tuesday, July 28. In conjunction with the Internal Revenue Service  (IRS), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Small Business Administration (SBA), this 1-hour…

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House Bill Would Extend $600 UI Premium

The challenge of hiring enough qualified workers to staff your QSRs would be that much more difficult under the latest CARES Act proposal heading to a vote in the US House as early as today.  Among the wish-list of goodies in the latest $3 Trillion stimulus proposal is an extension through January 2021 of the…

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