Federal Elections Review Webinar and New/Free Argentum Advocates Program; Paycheck Protection Program Application Period Opens in Coming Days
We invite you to join us for the upcoming webinar, "The
New Congress, Administration and Impact on Seniors and Those Who Care for Them," this Thursday, January 14 from 2–3pm ET.
This webinar is designed to help providers and industry partners become familiar with the impact the 2020 general and 2021 Georgia special Senate elections will have on the senior living sector, key issues that will likely be considered by Congress, and potential initiatives advanced by the Biden administration.
We will also introduce Argentum Advocates, a new and free special Argentum program aiming to enable all providers, industry partners, and supporters of senior living the ability to participate directly in critical federal and state advocacy initiatives and receive unique information and benefits related to Congress, the administration, and state legislatures. Be sure to take a moment to visit argentum.org/argentumadvocates to learn more about the programs unique benefits, and sign up today!
Paycheck Protection Program Application Period Starts Tomorrow for Some Borrowers
As previously reported, in the consolidated appropriations/COVID-19 relief legislation that was passed by Congress and approved by President Trump over the holidays, 501(c)(6) corporations which includes trade associations, are eligible for funding under the Small Business Association’s Paycheck Protection Program or PPP. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to help businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. SBA has announced that Second Draw Loans for certain businesses who have received a PPP loan can apply for new loans beginning tomorrow, January 13. We have heard that First Draw Loans, for first time program participants, may apply a few days later (no specific date yet).
To learn more about this program and to apply for a loan please visit SBA PPP Program.
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