As concerns continue about coronavirus (COVID-19), we can help you navigate available resources, answer your business questions and be a trusted partner for your business. Despite the impact of COVID-19, rest assured the SBDC is here to help and we value the privilege to be of service.
Our business consultants are here to help answer your questions, apply for business resources and plan during a disruption. We can help with applying for relief, guiding you through available resources, cash flow concerns, supply chain interruptions, workforce capacity, insurance coverage and more - at no cost.
APPLY FOR PPP & EIDL FUNDING
Download the NEW PPP application HERE. Send your completed application to your eligible lender.
Apply for an EIDL loan HERE. The EIDL Advance is still pending re-opening.
NEW GUIDELINES HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR PPP LOANS
First Round Updates:
If you returned all or part of your original PPP funds or accepted less than offered, you can request additional funds.
If your organization is a 501(c)(6), or in destination marketing, cooperative housing, or certain news industries, you are eligible to apply for PPP funds.
New uses for PPP funds including some operating expenses, property damage costs, supplier costs, and worker protection.
Second Draw Guidelines:
If you have already received PPP funding, you may be eligible to apply under new rules that provide additional funds to those who can show at least a 25% loss when comparing the same quarter of 2019 to 2020.
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Texas Department of Health and Human Services
COVID-19: Guidance for Employers, Employees, and Customers of Reopened Retail Services
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Click on the image above to learn about the differences between the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).