The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: State officials and the University of Georgia are offering webinars Monday and Tuesday for thousands of small business owners trying to understand how to get federal stimulus help and loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is up to cities and states to decide, but there are some businesses that all locales have deemed essential. The Department of Homeland Security has also issued a guidance on workers who are essential to infrastructure.
An order posted to the Fulton County Board of Health website says “all residents of Fulton County are commanded to stay at their place of residence” with exceptions, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported today.
We would like to share some useful information and resources from our community regarding small business loans available following the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Charlie Feehan of Abacus Advisers offers this information on guidance on some key elements of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) from the U.S. Department of Labor:
Lisa Shippel, Managing Attorney at Lisa Shippel Law, LLC, discusses the adjustments and challenges involved with working from home amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Members of the Alpharetta business community share their experiences as they adjust to life amid the outbreak of COVID-19.
Allison Altobelli, Atlanta Metro Region Publisher of Community Impact, talks about her newspaper’s commitment to serving its readers and advertisers while adhering to social distancing and other precautions amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Andrew Bell, Vice President of Commercial Business Development at Affinity Bank, explains the importance of maintaining a daily routine while working from his home office as our community handles the outbreak of coronavirus.
Thomas and Ashley Cantley, Owners of Creative School Atlanta, talk about the adjustments they have made amid the COVID-19 pandemic and offer advice to other businesses working remotely.