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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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Should You Return Your Paycheck Protection Program Loan Money?

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The Paycheck Protection Program, a provision of the CARES Act designed to grant relief to small businesses, has turned out to be anything but pennies from heaven. No one was surprised that the first round of funding disappeared so quickly, since the restrictions on commercial activities were so severe that virtually every small business… Read More »

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The Paycheck Protection Program: Not Just for Payroll Anymore?

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

To say the least, the Paycheck Protection Program, a provision of the CARES Act designed specifically to help small business owners keep workers employed, did not grant small business owners’ every wish or solve all their problems. The fact that the loan money enables business owners to keep paying their employees has protected many… Read More »

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Maryland Businesses Still Waiting for Grants and Loans from the State

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

In March, as schools and most businesses in Maryland closed to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Gov. Larry Hogan announced that the state had pledged $125 million toward relief for small businesses, which applicants could receive in the form of grants or loans. The money was meant to help businesses cover… Read More »

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New Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance Means That You Could Get $10,000 in Your Business Bank Account Just Three Days After You Apply

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

As a small business owner during the COVID-19 pandemic, you are a survivor. You have used your financial and intellectual resources to find ways to reduce expenses and modify your business plan into something that is practical in the current economy. You have a three-month plan, a one-year plan, and maybe even a five-year… Read More »

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