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Craig Bamberg
39:25
New Business, 15 months in. FL Loan and SBA Loan are asking for 2 years tax returns. What if you only have potnetial for 1 year and are on extension?
Dana Brunett
45:05
This is a good time to get some employees into an online training class to strengthen their skills. Training money may also be available through CareerSource. Don't Sing!!
Michelle Borders
45:48
Government loan is VERY complicated and time consuming. Spent all day yesterday and only half through. Will it allow to go back and revise at end? Knocked out due to overload several times too.
bonnie
45:50
We have applied for the Short Term Bridge loan and the SBA Loan. Have you heard how long it will be before we will hear back?
Lorena
46:01
Good idea, Dana.
Craig Bamberg
46:32
The SBA Loan app appears to be fully online with no download of PDF. Will the requirements and questions be basically the same as FL Loan downloadable PDF?
Lorena
46:40
Also, a lot of free courses are being offered right now!
sonny
46:57
i just open an e commerce in January Selling wheelchairs, am i qualify for the loan? thank you
Neil
47:17
IRS is reimbursing employers 100% if employees are sent home due to the virus issues for 14 days
Lorena
47:17
Any ideas for the roofing/construction industries that are still operational just not at full force?
Lorena
48:06
Also, what is that plan that assists paying for part time payroll while employer pays the other half?
asmyk
50:22
I submitted my bridge loan application last week, and they required me to mail in my last 2 years personal and professional tax returns.
Craig Bamberg
52:35
Yes, Stimulous Package, we are waiting! However, without a package in front of us, what do you think we may expect?
Kim's iPhone (2)
55:44
I opened my business at the end of last year. I’m an owner operator with no employees and except for myself providing skin care services. are you saying I won’t qualify for bridge loan because I don’t have employees?
bonnie
57:10
My question is for Niel ... My understanding of the Families First Act is the employer does NOT pay the employee for the first two weeks, and then pays them for up to 10 weeks and the government will reimburse through tax credits? We have several employees who have to stay home to take care of their children so I would really like to understand how this works so we can impliment. You are saying we pay them for only 2 weeks?
bonnie
59:00
Yes.
Michelle Borders
59:27
Is the best way to ask our counselors for help via email?
Florida SBDC @ FGCU
01:00:00
Fsbdcswfl.org
Lorena
01:00:16
Great thank you!
AMANDA STIRN
01:00:48
www.fsbdcswfl.org
sonny
01:01:26
thank you