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Loan Forgiveness

Federal grants available through your financial institution

Small businesses can qualify for 2.5 times the average payroll you had in 2019, or 2.5 times the average payroll from 3/1-6/30/19. If you are self-employed the your taxable income from your most recent tax return will be used to calculate your monthly average wage. Other calculations may apply for specific worker situations; including tips 

Small businesses do not have to pay back the amount of Payroll costs, mortgage interest, rent, utility for 8-weeks from origination of loan. Interest on the entire loan will be due as defined by your financial institution. 

Application and documentation requirements apply. 

Expanded Unemployment Benefits

Sole proprietors can apply for unemployment benefits under the CARES Act

Waiting week is waived

Requirement to look for work is waived

In addition to state unemployment, federal will pay an additional $600 per week

Short term compensation and other benefits for unique situations are available

SBA Relief Loans

12-months no payments

3.75% interest, 2.75% for non profits

up to 30-year loan repayments


Our mission has always been to empower small business, and #entrepreneurship is our core passion. 



According to the Secretary of Treasury, anyone with a Federal Tax Payment related to their 2019 taxes and their tax year 2020 estimated tax payments due 4/15/20 can defer their tax payment, free of penalties and interest for 90 days for purposes of the relief.


The NE Dept of Revenue is also delaying the 2019 income tax deadline to July 15. However, anyone that is able to file/pay by April 15 is encouraged to do so.

SBA Information Notice 5000-20004 - Deferments on 7(a) Loans 504 Loans and Microloans (pdf)


SBA Procedural Notice 5000-20008 Deferment Guidance on 504 Loans (pdf)


Unilateral Action Matrix for 7(a) Loan Servicing-Liquidation V-15 (pdf)


CARES Act Summary (pdf)