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We don't have to tell you that this has been a dynamic and hectic time for everyone--between tax deadlines changing and the new CARES act being passed, questions about how best to proceed, whether you're a small business or an individual, abound.

In an effort to help you get reliable, accurate, verified information, we've compiled the following list of resources and links.
Please note: The situation with COVID-19 is changing on a daily basis. Please make sure that you have the latest information from a valid source.
THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR´╗┐
The Department of Labor has put together a comprehensive and current guide to workplace safety, health regulations, and unemployment flexibility and leave information to help guide you as you adapt to our current situation.
THE IRS
While it may not be anyone's favorite site to visit, IRS.gov is a wealth of information including the latest in tax deadlines and updates, how to receive your stimulus check, what opportunities exist for small businesses and sole proprietors, etc. Head to their site for the latest in breaking news on how COVID-19 is impacting our economy and tax season.
THE SMALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
As many of you have heard the SBA is offering Disaster Relief Loans for small businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak as well as other resources and up-to-date information on funding, timelines, and the necessary paperwork. We highly recommend heading to their site to see what your options are, especially if you're a business owner in a bind.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
HERE'S A FEW MORE RESOURCES
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Check out your local Chamber of Commerce. We're partial to ours here in Platte City but the Kansas City Chamber, Parkville, and others all have great information about what you can do locally and in your municipalities to help keep businesses going and get answers to your questions.
KC SOURCELINK

KC Sourcelink supports small to medium-sized businesses in and around Kansas City. They have an excellent and resource list to tackle any of the questions you may have. Check out their blog post on the SBA loan, for example, for more information
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