New Clients: 30 Minute Small Business Legal Strategy Session - $75
Small businesses face unprecedented challenges during this uncertain and chaotic time. Schedule a 30-minute Zoom or phone consultation with our small business attorneys to discuss how your business can best use the recent stimulus packages to the advantage of the business and its valued employees.
Should I take out an SBA loan or place my employees on furlough? What are the new paid leave requirements in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)? How can my small business take advantage of the new tax credits? What are the tax consequences of the SBA loan forgiveness plan? These are only a few of the questions you may have in the wake of the new COVID-19 relief legislation. As you navigate these questions, let us help you make the best long-term decisions.
To Our Current & Former Clients:
First and most importantly, know that I’m here for you. As a fellow small business owner, I’m watching the state of current events and our economy with increasing anxiety. Most businesses are on pause, with little to no ability to earn revenue, but with bills coming due and employees to pay. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) goes into effect on April 1, and has the potential to impose an unprecedented financial burden on small businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The $2 trillion stimulus package could make a huge difference for small businesses, but hasn’t yet taken effect.
So what can you do right now? How do you know whether to take out a loan to make payroll or lay people off? What do you tell your employees? We are facing a time like none other, and the legal landscape for small businesses is changing every day. No client of mine should be afraid to pick up the phone and call me because they can’t afford legal fees right now. If you have to choose between paying your legal bill this month and paying your employees, pay your employees. Vennum Law is committed to the success of our small business clients, and we will do whatever it takes to help you make it through this difficult economic time, including allowing payment grace periods or deferrals, payment plans, and even reduced rates if needed.
For the duration of Mecklenburg County’s shelter-in-place order (set to expire April 16 but likely to be extended), Vennum Law is offering a free 30-minute small business strategy session phone call to all current and former clients. Bring us your questions, concerns, and ideas. Let’s talk through the challenges your business is facing and find solutions that work for you. Schedule a call by clicking here, and I’ll talk to you soon.
All my best,