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Note: Several U.S regions have declared states of emergencies. Contact your local state office to determine if your services are determined essential and if you can continue doing business.
New York City: Zero interest loans of up to $75,000 for businesses with fewer than 100 employees who have seen sales decreases of 25% or more. The city is also offering businesses with fewer than five employees a grant to cover 40% of payroll costs for two months to help retain employees.
District of Columbia: Low-interest loans to small businesses severely impacted by COVID-19 and working capital loans of up to $2 million. The D.C. Emergency Relief for Small Businesses program also provides extended unemployment benefits and extended deadlines for tax filings, among other relief efforts.
Seattle: Small Business Stabilization grants are available to small business owners who make 80% or less of the area’s median income; have a physical location and five or fewer employees; and have experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19.
California: Employers can request 60-day extensions to file state payroll reports and/or deposit state payroll taxes without penalty or interest. The city of Oakland will also waive late payment penalties for small businesses who cannot file taxes by the March 1, 2020 deadline.
Massachusetts: Loans of up to $75,000 open to small businesses with under 50 employees who have been impacted by COVID-19.