Businesses and non-profits: See our COVID-19 Client Resource Center for articles and vetted links regarding the COVID-19 crisis.

The COVID-19 blog features entries from McLaughlin, PC, regarding business operations, finances, legislation and other issues facing businesses and non-profits during and after the novel coronavirus crisis.

Video: Why We Built the COVID-19 Client Resource Center

We built the COVID-19 Client Resource Center to respond to our clients' needs, and we've been adding to it steadily to make it a valuable resource for our clients and other small businesses. When the effects of COVID-19 and the resulting shutdown started to hit many of our clients, we…

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HR 266: Details of Fourth Coronavirus Relief Package Announced

HR 266 is the House bill that will be considered today and likely serve as the vehicle that adds money to the Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loan funds this week. As we reported earlier, Congressional lawmakers and the Trump administration have been finalizing the fourth relief package…

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Business Resiliency During COVID-19 and Beyond

To help you build business resiliency as we battle with COVID-19 and anticipate future disruptions, we offer these seven recommendations to start working on now in your business or organization. It’s hard to fully comprehend the breadth of the health and economic consequences of the global crisis triggered by the…

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Early Details of ‘Part Two’ of the CARES Act

Congressional lawmakers and the Trump administration are on the verge of finalizing a deal on a nearly $500 billion package to expand funding for an emergency small business lending program (initially in the CARES Act), provide additional funding for hospitals and expand funding for COVID-19 testing. The full details are…

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How the Paycheck Protection Program in the CARES Act Works

The United States Treasury announced details for the Paycheck Protection Program authorized under the CARES Act signed into law on March 27, 2020. For small businesses in the United States, these provisions are the most critical components of the CARES Act because it provides $349 billion in federally-guaranteed loans under the Small…

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CARES Act Business Loans: Questions and Answers

The CARES Act, an unprecedented piece of legislation, is designed to offer relief to individuals, the health-care system, and other critical businesses impacted by the coronavirus global health crisis. For small businesses in the United States, the most critical set of provisions in the CARES Act are those related to…

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