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  • Coronavirus Updates and Resources

  • Paycheck Protection Plan Follow-Up Webinar

  • Paycheck Protection Plan Follow-Up Webinar PowerPoint Presentations

    Benjamin Siracusa Hillman- Shaheen & Gordon Attorneys at Law - Presentation Here

    Paula Deplanche - Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, P.A. - Presentation Here

  • New assistance program available for self-employed businesses
    Gov. Chris Sununu has authorized the allocation and expenditure of CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Funds ("flex funds") to provide emergency financial relief to support New Hampshire self-employed, for-profit businesses due to the economic disruption caused by COVID-19.
    Applications for the program will be accepted from July 6 to July 17.
    The Self Employed Livelihood Fund is only available to businesses that apply by July 17, 2020. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. All businesses who feel as though they are eligible should submit an application; however, only businesses that meet all of the Self Employed Livelihood Fund grant criteria are eligible to receive an award.
    The Self Employed Livelihood Fund grant award amounts will be calculated similarly to the Main Street Relief Fund, with the maximum award amount a business can receive is $50,000.
    The State of New Hampshire is not directing businesses on how to spend the money. Businesses must demonstrate they have experienced or anticipate they will experience a financial loss due to COVID-19 in order to qualify for a Self Employed Livelihood Fund Grant. It is expected that businesses will use the funds to assist in covering their operational costs and legal obligations.
    The Application must be completed and submitted by 4 p.m. on Friday, July 17, 2020, using only the Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) web portal. No hand-delivered or mailed paper copies will be accepted. It is recommended that applications be finalized as early as possible before the deadline. Businesses that require assistance from the DRA may contact the Call Center at (603) 230-5000, Option 0, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
    For more information, visit https://go.usa.gov/xwJwR.

    State releases guidelines for phased reopening of economy

    The Governor's Economic Re-Opening Task Forces has released new guidelines to reopen the economy in phases. 
    Universal guidance is being issued for any business that is currently open, or will soon be opening, under these next steps. This universal guidance will serve as the bare minimum standards which businesses must meet to maintain or begin operations. For specific industries with specific operational procedures, industry specific guidance for certain sectors can be found on the website below. All applicable industries are able to start opening up in incremental phases as determined by public health officials.
    Below are links to all of the new guidance about the phased reopening of the economy: