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Monthly Archives: February 2021

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Beyond PPP: The New Stimulus Bill Contains Other Forgivable Loan Options for Small Businesses

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The new COVID-19 pandemic relief bill is thousands of pages long, but a few aspects of it have attracted the lion’s share of the media coverage. Which individuals will get another round of direct stimulus payments? How much money will these payments be, and how soon will they be in people’s bank accounts? Small… Read More »

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Good News for PPP Borrowers: A Simplified Loan Forgiveness Application and a More Streamlined Application Process

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The COVID-19 virus may be here to stay, but 2021 is a new year that provides new opportunities to confront the pandemic from a public health perspective as well as an economic one. So far, there are reasons to be optimistic, as several vaccines have been approved and, across the DC area, many people… Read More »

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You Might Qualify for a Targeted EIDL Grant, but Applying for One Will Not Help

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Waiting, uncertainty, and making decisions based on “what ifs” have taken up a large percentage of small business owners’ time during the COVID-19 pandemic. So much depends on what the federal government decides about the next short-term solution to the economic instability brought on by the pandemic. As more and more people get vaccinated… Read More »

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Uncertainty Over PPP Loan Forgiveness Is Disruptive to Everyone, Not Just Loan Recipients

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Whether or not you own a small business, you are probably very relieved that 2020 is over, and you probably can’t wait to get started on your plans for 2021. In 2020, business owners and employees alike were in survival mode, making the best decisions to get them through the next few weeks, with… Read More »

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