From loans to tax breaks to credits, the CARES Act attempts to provide relief to small- and medium-sized businesses, which includes most advisory firms.

There are four main provisions in the CARES Act that can help you as a business owner:

Paycheck Protection Program
Economic Injury Disaster Loans
Employee Retention Credit
The delay of employer payroll tax payments
We cover each in our guide on the “Four Ways the CARES Act Can Help Your Advisory Firm.” Each provision has its own purpose, and if you utilize some areas, you may not be eligible for others. So take note of what each provision offers to determine which is right for your firm.

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