Historic English mill producing flour again for commercial use

Historic English mill producing flour again for commercial use Dorset mill The Sturminster Newton Mill hasn’t produced large volumes of flour since 1970. Photo courtesy of Sturminster Newton Heritage Trust. 04.24.2020 By Susan Reidy DORSET, ENGLAND — For the first time in 50 years, a historic mill in Dorset, England, is producing flour again commercially […]

Distribution of COVID19 Government Aid

State by State allocation of COVID19 Payroll funds distribution   Learn More

How to avoid a common mistakewhen applying for small businesses loansaccording to an SBA official

A common pitfall: being unprepared In order to have the best chance of getting a PPP loan, small businesses need to do their homework. A lack of preparation is one of the most common mistakes that owners made when applying for PPP loans during the first round, says Rob Scott, Great Lakes regional administrator for […]

To All Who Support Oregon’s Small Businesses,

Last night we were informed that the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program had experienced a lapse in appropriations. This morning, we learned that the Payroll Protection Program has experienced a similar lapse in appropriations as well, and that new applications are not being processed by the SBA. These two programs have been the primary Federal […]

Businesses Who Have Not Had PPP or EIDL Applications Processed

Getting Help For businesses that have not had PPP or EIDL applications processed, we recommend that they contact their local SBDC as soon as possible. For PPP applications, the SBA has advised that businesses contact their banks to understand the status of their applications. While these programs may receive additional funding, we encourage businesses to begin […]

Businesses Who Have Received PPP or EIDL Funding

Getting Help Many businesses that have received funds from these programs or who have applications that have been processed and are in the process of receiving funds may have additional questions. There are restrictions on how these funds can be used, and how the loan forgiveness part of the program works. SBDC advisers are available […]

SBA publishes new PPP guidance for the self-employed and general partners

The U.S. Small Business Administration issued a new interim final rule Tuesday that supplements the guidance for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) included in the first interim final rule for the PPP issued on April 2 and FAQs that are being updated periodically. The additional guidance provides specific information on calculating the maximum loan amount […]

Business Resources & Live Online Programs

The Library is creating virtual support for business owners during this challenging time. Currently, we are prioritizing Zoom and Facebook programs to teach business owners how best to represent themselves and their businesses while reaching customers. These programs are provided at no cost, and will share what every business owner needs to know to present themselves well, and be […]

PayPal and QuickBooks Approved to Hand Out COVID19 Funds

PayPal, Intuit QuickBooks approved to hand out emergency funds to small businesses in coronavirus program Published Fri, Apr 10 20209:48 PM EDTUpdated Sat, Apr 11 20201:18 AM EDT Kate [email protected] Key Points • PayPal and Intuit are among the first non-bank, fintech companies to be approved for the Small Business Association’s emergency lending program. • […]

Ag producers eligible for Paycheck Protection

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act has allocated significant resources to the Small Business Administration (SBA) to help small businesses survive and keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Traditionally, agricultural producers have not qualified for a majority of SBA programs. However, due to the diligent work of NCBA, the […]

SBA’s $10,000 Disaster Loans Come With New Caveats

New details limit the scope of the economic injury disaster loans (EIDL) meant to provide businesses with immediate, emergency cash.   Learn More

Bank of America

The Trump administration’s $349 billion Payment Protection Program launched last Friday to provide emergency loans to American small businesses devastated by coronavirus—if business owners can navigate the confusing application process. Banks were meant to be able to begin accepting applications last Friday, but very few banks had their online portals up and running at that […]

Assistance for Small Businesses Now Available

The Paycheck Protection Program, authorized under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), prioritizes millions of Americans employed by small businesses by authorizing up to $349 billion toward job retention and certain other expenses. Small businesses and eligible nonprofit organizations, agricultural producers, veterans organizations and tribal businesses described in the Small Business […]

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