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MB Chamber Small Business COVID-19 Roundtable - Shared screen with speaker view
Amye von Seebach
40:44
https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html
Amye von Seebach
41:46
Johns Hopkins Interactive map tracking the virus
Liz
44:41
Does 'curbside' apply to retail stores?
Jorg Wesche
50:39
Can you please send information to us on the emergency FMLA she was talking about and also the new regulation about small business having to give paid leave for on eof the six reasons
Liz
53:05
Appears we are to apply for 'Partial' unemployment compensation for our employees. Is it limited in length of time that you can claim this? I saw 3 weeks.
Katie
54:22
Emmet O'Neal will link to all of those sites just mentioned so they are all in one place. Just FYI.
Leigh Drake
58:30
what is the difference of a tax credit vs potentially a federal reimbursement that is supposed to be available for small businesses?
Liz
01:00:17
Regarding rent... are there any regulations for property owners/landlords that will give us as tenants relief?
Sara Nall
01:03:15
Which Banks in town are participating?
dbundy
01:04:08
Sara, every bank should be able to assist. Mainly, there are still unanswered questions as the program is changing daily. But we can answer many of the questions.
Katie
01:04:14
what was the small business she just mentioned before SCORE?
David
01:05:34
https://mybbrc.biz/
David
01:06:06
another great resource: http://asbdc.org/
Katie
01:06:24
Thank you, David
dbundy
01:07:11
https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/EIDLLoans
David
01:08:50
Does applying for and/or accepting an SBA Disaster Relief Loan preclude participating in the small business loans and relief in the stimulus package that the Senate passed last night?
Liz
01:13:29
If an employee claims unemployment for now, can employer start paying them when we receive loans?
Leigh Drake
01:13:51
this is very helpful. thank you!
David
01:16:00
In regard to the new CARES act, if our business has already furloughed employees without pay for a couple of weeks will we be able to make back payments to our staff and still qualify for debt forgiveness?
Seth Adams
01:17:13
The ARA has just sent a DOL guidance email on paid leave and FMLA expansion
Liz
01:19:49
Is there a dollar cap on UC what an employee receives each week? And did Federal just provide for additional UC?
Sara Nall
01:23:50
Thank you SO much! This was extremely helpful! Sara
iPhone laura finch
01:24:17
thank you!
Sandra Swann
01:24:18
Thank you all!
Katie
01:24:58
Mayor Welch, I will speak to our teen librarians - they are in touch with many of our teens. I will ask them to impress upon those teens the importance of social distancing and ask them to spread the word among their friends. Just FYI
JMB01
01:25:01
For AL Unemployment compensation, applicants who qualify are eligible for up to $275 per week for up to three weeks. At the end of the three week period, if the person is still out of work, their case will be reviewed again. The federal government has provided additional funding for unemployment compensation claims which will be distributed by the states.
Susan Wells
01:25:04
Thanks so much - so very helpful.
Dan Starnes
01:25:21
Great job putting that together. It was tremendously helpful.
Ginny2
01:25:34
Many thanks to all!
Taylor Davis
01:25:46
Thank you! Great session.
katiesmith
01:25:59
Thank you!