There’s so much to sort out right now when you have a small and growing business. We’ve gathered up-to-date COVID-19 resources and guidance in one place to support and equip you in these uncertain times. Updated regularly - be sure to check back.
Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness: Info from the Small Business Administration (SBA) about how to qualify and apply to have your loan forgiven.
SBA Economic Disaster Injury Relief Loans: The Small Business Administration (SBA) is working directly with state governors to provide low-interest working capital loans of up to $2 million dollars to make up for your drastic drop in income.
Lender Match: Want to check out your other options for small business loans from an SBA-approved lender? Visit the SBA’s free online referral tool to connect with participating lenders within 48 hours.
Resources from our partner Fidelity Investments: Tips on managing finances, maintaining physical and mental health, staying productive at work and adjusting how we live.
State and Local Coronavirus Small Business Assistance: A list of governor’s websites for each state where you can check for up-to-date information about relief available in your area.
Lender and Corporate Small Business Assistance Programs: A list of banks offering relief to customers/businesses affected by COVID-19.
The Opportunity Fund: This micro loan program that specializes in lending to small businesses owned by women, immigrants and people of color is collaborating with investors and nonprofits on a coronavirus relief fund providing grants and low-interest rate loans to business owners in need.
Kabbage Payments: Allows business owners to sign up to sell their gift certificates online so anyone can purchase them and support participating small businesses.
As an advocate who believes in your business, we’re sharing resources and guidance that could help you out right now. We know you want to do everything you can to save money, so we’re here for you with free quotes that could lower your rates on business insurance (or even improve your coverage). Ask a licensed Mylo agent to review your current policy and try to beat it.