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Do you have questions about the recently passed Stimulus Bill? – April 2, 2020

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As the stock market hit its lowest returns since the 2008 Financial Crisis, the government has stepped in as an attempt to boost the economy. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) produces roughly $2 trillion in relief funding, tax breaks and loans for individual Americans and
businesses impacted by the COVID-19 virus.

With the passing of the Stimulus package, we wanted to share a guide that pulls together many of the moving parts of the stimulus package and reviews them in somewhat easy to understand terms.

Times may seem uncertain now, but we are working day and night to navigate through this ordeal. With everything going on, maybe it is time that you finally consider hiring us to help build a more secure future for you and your family?

After reviewing the guide attached below, please head to the bottom of this email to schedule your complimentary 20-minute phone call to speak with Debbie Taylor about how we can help you!

Click here to read the entire guide

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