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February 9, 2021

EIDL Grant Update – Bad News… and some good news!

Hey everyone, here’s the latest EIDL Grant Update (Feb 6th, 2021). Now, my update is little bit late to the party but I still want to share my perspective on the latest EIDL Grant update. I do have some bad news but also some good news to share about the EIDL Grant. (Targeted EIDL Advance) Apply For your 1st PPP Draw Loan: https://www.womply.com/kwakbrothers?utm_source=kwakbrothers&utm_medium=marketing_email&utm_campaign=ppp&utm_content=leadgen Low Income Community Check: https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=92e085b0953348a2857d3d3dac930337 So… here’s the latest update with the EIDL Grant (Targeted EIDL Grant). The SBA has announced last week that they will not open the portal to new EIDL grant applications. But instead, they are going to work with existing applicants who applied for the EIDL last year prior to December 27th 2021. Bottom line, you cannot apply for the SBA EIDL Grant any longer. So there are two groups of people that the SBA will invite as far as the SBA EIDL Grant. 1. EIDL Applicants who applied before December 27th 2020 but did not receive the EIDL Grant. 2. EIDL Applicants who received partial grants and did not get the full qualified amount of up to $10,000. The SBA has already started emailing qualified and eligible applicants since February 1st 2021. However, you can still apply for the 1st round of PPP (Paycheck Protectio Program) which is a forgivable loan as long as you use it for the correct purpose and within guidelines of expenses. You can apply for your 1st round of PPP here: https://www.womply.com/kwakbrothers?utm_source=kwakbrothers&utm_medium=marketing_email&utm_campaign=ppp&utm_content=leadgen
February 9, 2021

Can I Apply for Multiple EIDL & PPP?

Can I Apply for Multiple EIDL & PPP? In this video I will answer that question after hours and hours of research to see if I can. Since I own multiple companies, I wanted to see if I could apply for EIDL & PPP for each one! BUT there was some obstacles in the way that I breakdown here in this video! 0:00 Intro 1:00 Visual breakdown for multiple EIDL & PPP loans 2:00 Affiliate rules 5:31 General rules for multiple EIDL & PPP loans 7:54 The short answer for EIDL & PPP loan Thanks to Womply for working with us to provide amazing HELP when applying for the PPP! You can apply for the PPP with Womply here: https://www.womply.com/kwakbrothers?utm_source=kwakbrothers&utm_medium=marketing_email&utm_campaign=ppp&utm_content=leadgen Sign up For Gusto: https://gusto.com/d/samuel4386 Are you looking for the EIDL Explanation? Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qdtqjysmuw Are you looking to apply for the PPP? Here is the video: https://youtu.be/Gy2O1a_sB0E
February 9, 2021

EIDL Grant… Beware of these Scams

With the return of the EIDL Grant and EIDL Loan programs, a new surge of scammers has returned to prey on business owners! So, in this video, I’m going to give you some signs to watch out for so that you don’t fall into the hands of the scammers. I’m also going share how you can get legitimate help when applying for the EIDL Grant and the EIDL Loan Program. Explanation of the EIDL Loan Program: https://youtu.be/2qdtqjysmuw 1:31 False Representation of SBA. Very often, you’ll see social media profiles or even youtube channels with a picture of the SBA logo. Pretending to be the SBA soliciting for help. Be VERY careful as these social media profiles might be scammers looking to scam you. 2:33 Asking Sensitive Information over the phone. If the person on the phone is asking for your full social security number, EIN, address, or any other information that they can identify you with, hang up the phone. Again, these scammers may pretend to be with the SBA to obtain information from you. 3:24 Asking for an Up-front Fee 4:23 Suggesting that you should Lie or Skew the numbers 5:05 Make Sure You’re on the Right Website If you see any other website links (especially ones that are not secured – not HTTPS), chances are, they are NOT the SBA. 6:00 Practicing law or giving you tax advice If your “helper” is giving you tax or legal advice without actually being a licensed professional. (i.e. making you create an LLC and a corporation) 6:58 If you smell something shady… speak up! Get a second opinion on the process. Okay! So Here’s how you get real help for your SBA EIDL application or even your PPP application., 8:02 Talk to a local licensed professional This could be your attorney, accountant, bookkeeper, or a financial counselor that can actually represent you because they are licensed to do so. If you are a business, you should already have an accountant or an attorney that can help you with the EIDL application. 9:09 Review Your Application before Submitting Before submitting your application, be sure that YOU review them and make sure that all information is truthful, accurate, verifiable. 9:32 Fees are disclosed before you sign up Fees should be paid upon successful application. It’s okay that some attorneys charge you a small retainer upfront. 9:54 Your Professionals Need to Protect You If you ever share your private information such as credit information, your licensed professionals should understand that there are laws set in place to protect your information. Some laws also suggest that your private information be deleted after a certain period of time. 10:38 Don’t be afraid to ask any questions…
January 4, 2021

EIDL Grant: FREE $10,000 Grant | BIG changes explained…

EIDL Grant: Will We See The Return of FREE $10,00 Grant? The EIDL loan and grant were part of the CARES Act back in March. The EIDL provided business owners with a Free $10,000 grant and loans to small businesses to help with loss wages from the pandemic. Just recently, with the new stimulus package that has been making it way through Congress, the EIDL was re-introduced providing more relief to business owners. In this video I am going to breakdown exactly what has changed and the new provisions that have been implemented into the bill. Will the FREE $10,000 Grant return? Or will it only be the loan? Stay tuned to find out… Full Text of the Bill: https://rules.house.gov/sites/democrats.rules.house.gov/files/BILLS-116HR133SA-RCP-116-68.pdf EIDL Starts At Page 2184 (Sec 331) 0:00 Intro 1:25 EIDL grant/loan overview 3:00 Where to find the EIDL information 3:16 EIDL Changes 6:00 Free $10,000 grant EIDL? 8:40 EIDL loan application tutorial Application for the EIDL Loan: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options/economic-injury-disaster-loans The two new provisions within the EIDL program have added extra funding for businesses that were in lower poverty areas and if your businesses has had a 30% drop in revenue from 2019. Also on top of that, the EIDL has been more strict on who can take a loan, there was several cases of fraud during the first round of EIDL grants and the SBA does not want to make that same mistake. Also in this video I take you step by step throughout the application process so you know EXACTLY what needs to be filled out and you don’t want to exaggerate or lie on this application. Reason being, the SBA will come down hard on those who are fraudulently borrowing money from the government, and as we all know, the government will ALWAYS get their money back. This round of EIDL funding is really focused on farmers and those with an actual business entity. This time, I believe you need to prove all of these qualifications throughout the application process. Just as a reminder, if you take the EIDL loan, you must agree to several stringent terms that the SBA has set forth in order to lend to small businesses. The SBA reserves the right to audit you at any time and if there is any sort of default, the SBA will confiscate assets as collateral. As for the grant, that is yours to keep, no need to repay as it is a grant. When I applied for the EIDL last round and saw the terms of the loan, I didn’t take it for my business. Also keep in the mind the EIDL loan is geared towards expenses, and NOT purchasing new things for your business. So if you had existing debt service for inventory, rent, or many other expenses, you are allowed to use the funds for that, but if you are paying a mortgage as part of your business, you CAN NOT pay it off with the EIDL loan.
August 18, 2020

EIDL Grant | SBA Investigating Frauds!!!!

EIDL Grant and EIDL Loan Applications are now being investigated for Fraud! It appears that SBA may have started investing the EIDL Grant, which is the free grant of $1k to $10k depending on your employee count, and the EIDL Loan application process for fraudulent applicants. These are the EIDL Grant and EIDL Loan application that was submitted by individuals who have no legitimate businesses and are lying on the application saying that they do have a business. An article was recently published by Washington Post about suspicious applications for the EIDL Grant and the EIDL loan and that the SBA is now beginning to take notice of this. https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/07/15/sba-eidl-loan-program-coronavirus/ Interestingly enough, a large number of people living in Apartment locations have applied for the SBA EIDL Grant saying that they’re an agricultural business. 2 months ago, the SBA EIDL program was indeed closed and allowed applications only from agricultural businesses. So much so that the SBA managers have begun notifying the frontline workers to screen out for suspicious applications. Such suspicious applications apparently have just the right number of employees to qualify for the $10,000 grant, applicants calling SBA specifically about the grant while ignoring the loan terms. And while this may sound funny and dumb but some applicants even put down their apartment address as the business address claiming that they run a 10-employee barbershop and an auto-repair shop. And at the same time, I know my videos have helped potentially thousands of businesses who struggled to understand the SBA EIDL Grant and the Loan program. But it is a bit disappointing and frustrating that the information has also fed the wrong mouth. Because of all the fraudsters out there, there are fewer legitimate businesses that didn’t get the chance to save their business. Now, The SBA hasn’t commented on how they’re investing – which is a smart move. Especially since if SBA does disclose their investigative methods, the same fraudsters would try to skirt around the investigations. I do have some ideas as to how the SBA will investigate fraudulent applications but I won’t even begin to name ideas … well because of fraudsters. But here’s what I think the SBA should have done from the beginning to avoid this mess and I hope to see this implemented in the near future. As soon as the CARES Act was passed, I think the SBA should have gotten to work to build an up-front algorithm or a screening tool to match all the business Tax ID to the IRS database to see if there were any taxes or business-related filings were made. SBA could have easily screened out those applications that didn’t file a Schedule C, Form 8825, or Schedule E on the personal taxes, and Form 1020, the 1020S, or the partnership tax form of 1065. When you applied for the SBA EIDL Loan or the SBA EIDL Grant, you checked off a box saying that you agree to certain terms and conditions… One of those terms and condition reads: Not only is it illegal and immoral to lie but by you falsely applying for the SBA EIDL Loan, you might be taking away something that a legitimate business desperately needs to survive right now.