It’s hard to comprehend the enormity of the new CARES Act – but it can certainly help those who need and know how to take advantage of it. Learn what it all means in today’s episode of the Genius Network Podcast. In this episode, Jim Dew, Tony Rose, and Joe Polish discuss the key elements of the CARES Act that can help business owners and Entrepreneurs during this time of uncertainty. They’ll also break down the mindset and focus required to get through this time of crisis stronger, more resilient, and more purposeful than ever.
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Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Jim, Tony and Joe in this episode:
- The COVID-19 CASH Conversation: How To Utilize The CARES Act and New Laws To Increase Your Cash and Keep Your Business Going During COVID-19 (Featuring Jim Dew, Tony Rose, and Joe Polish)
- Jim and Tony discuss the $2.2 Trillion CARES Act, the Federal Paycheck Protection Program, and how you can apply for it to maintain your cash flow and keep your employees
- The tax and legal implications you MUST be aware BEFORE you apply for COVID-19 loan and grant programs (This could save you hundreds of thousands of dollars…)
- Why you should NEVER keep deposits in a bank you owe money to (PLUS: One way to get cash from your bank WITHOUT having to sell your portfolio…)
- Jim’s C.O.V.I.D. Decision Model: The “C.O.V.I.D.” decision-making process you can use for making tough business decisions during the COVID-19 crisis
- A grant you can get right now if you need IMMEDIATE money; A specific loan you can get for up to $2 million; and a 50% payroll tax deferral you can utilize
- Jim talks about new laws that can help Entrepreneurs get money back from taxes they paid in the past – AND – several other ways you can conserve cash
- How to maintain the right mindset during this crisis and the OPPORTUNITIES in business, real estate, and stocks Entrepreneurs should be thinking about