Coronavirus Aid

2 months ago

I’m a Asphalt roller and I’m still working are there is there any aid for me out there. Am I considered a essential worker. Will I get any help?

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Project Role: Laborer
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Attorney and Owner The Storrs Law Firm
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Your best avenue for help is through the Paycheck Protection Program. This program provides a forgivable loan (and if it must be repaid, it offers very favorable terms) and is available to self employed/sole proprietors. As of now, I believe that there are still funds available in the program, but I do know that my bank, Wells Fargo, is not taking applications right now.

Contact your bank ASAP. The application process is easy and doesn’t factor in your credit rating or score. You will have to present your 2019 Schedule C for your federal tax return. If you haven’t filed yet, you simply fill out Schedule C based on your best information..

Good luck to you.

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