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If your company can’t make payroll, a Macon attorney has set up a fund that might be able to help your small business.
For small businesses operating in the Macon, Georgia area, injury attorney Kathy McArthur has set up a fund to those struggling with the economic downturn in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses who meet the criteria can receive a forgivable loan of up to $3,000 to cover payroll.
To apply for a forgivable loan, visit https://www.macon30dayfund.com/
Kathy McArthur is the founder and owner of McArthur Law Firm based in Macon, Georgia. To learn more, contact the attorney directly by calling 888-511-3130 or by submitting a contact form on this page.
Due to forced closures and a lower revenue stream with citizens staying home in compliance with social distancing orders, many small businesses have been forced to lay off or furlough staff, and even close their doors entirely. Attorney Kathy McArthur of McArthur Law Firm based in Macon, Georgia wanted to do something to help. This is why she established the Macon 30 Day Fund to provide relief to some of these small businesses.
These forgivable loans are designed to provide relief to struggling businesses while they await federal aid. If in the future businesses who received help from the Macon 30 Day Fund would like to pay the favor forward and help another small business in need, they are encouraged but not required to donate money back into the fund to help the next business in trouble.
Not every small business is eligible to receive aid from the Macon 30 Day Fund. In order to qualify for the Macon 30 Day Fund, a business must meet four significant qualifications; they must employ between 3 and 30 people; the business must be based in the Macon-Bibb area of Georgia; the business must have operated for at least one year; and the business must be owned and operated by a Macon-Bibb resident.
Attorney Kathy McArthur is the founder and owner of McArthur Law Firm. She has over three decades of experience pursuing justice for her clients and has expressed her belief in the importance of supporting each other in these tough times spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. She and many others cherish small businesses as the backbone of our communities and wants to do everything she can to aid those who are in deep financial hurt as a result of this crisis.
To learn more, contact the attorney directly by calling 888-511-3130 or by submitting a contact form on this page.
An attorney in Macon, Georgia, is helping small business owners survive the challenges of operating during this time of coronavirus shutdowns.
Hi everybody, I’m Rob Rosenthal with AskTheLawyers.com and this is an AskTheLawyers.com Legal Brief. Attorney Kathy McArthur, founder and owner of the McArthur Law Firm in Macon, Georgia, has established the Macon 30 Day Fund to help small business owners in her community who are struggling to meet their payrolls while they wait for federal funds. Under the Macon 30 Day Fund, forgivable loans of up to $3,000, are immediately available to small businesses that meet the fund's criteria.
The loans do not have to be paid back unless the business wants to pay the fund back when they’re able, in order to make the money available for other small business owners who might need the help. Attorney McArthur says:
“It is especially important in these times during the COVID-19 crisis that we all do what we can for each other, particularly the small businesses who make up the backbone of our communities that are currently experiencing deep financial hurt.”
The McArthur Law Firm has been helping personal injury victims in the Macon and Atlanta, Georgia, areas for more than 40 years.
This has been an AskTheLawyers.com Legal Brief.
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