COVID-19 Guide for Your Business

Updates on CARES Act assistance along with resources, analysis, and insights to help your business manage the impact of the novel coronovirus.

PAGE UPDATED OCTOBER 28, 2020

COVID-19 GUIDE FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Your Business is Our Priority

Thank you for trusting us to be your financial institution in good times and in challenging times like these. We're working diligently to help you navigate through economic uncertainty.  Whether diving into the latest research, analyzing fast-moving market trends, or delivering expert-driven thought leadership, you can continue to look to us for support.


We’ll be refreshing this page regularly with updates on our response to COVID-19.  We hope you’ll explore our resources, read the insights, talk to your banker, and remember: we’re here to help.


 

LAST UPDATED OCTOBER 28, 2020

Loan Forgiveness for the Paycheck Protection Program

We continue to invite clients with a PPP loan to request Forgiveness, generally starting with those who received funding first.

The Small Business Administration has created the simpler Form 3508S for smaller PPP Loans. If you have a loan that is $50,000 or less, you can wait for us to incorporate the 3508S requirements, likely early in the new year, or use Form 3508EZ or 3508 once you receive your email invitation. In either case, we recommend you complete the Forgiveness checklist now.

Continue to check this page for updates and visit SBA.gov and Treasury.gov for full program details.




 

LAST UPDATED MAY 13, 2020

Paycheck Protection Program

The SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is an initiative offering primarily small businesses access to capital for payroll and other overhead costs. 



LAST UPDATED JULY 15, 2020

Main Street Lending Program

 



LAST UPDATED APRIL 16, 2020

Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act

The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020 providing $2.2 trillion in emergency assistance for individuals and businesses affected by COVID-19. 

CARES Act COVID-19 Assistance for Business April 16, 2020

Commitment to Communities

We know that managing the global impact of COVID-19 is about more than helping you manage your balance sheet. We’re also doing our part to help communities recover in the face of uncertainty. That’s why JPMorgan Chase has committed $50 million to address immediate public health and long-term economic challenges from the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Our initial $15 million commitment includes:

$5 million

to provide immediate healthcare, food and other humanitarian reief globally

$2 million

to existing nonprofit partners around the world that are responding to the COVID-19 crisis in their comunities

$8 million

to assist small businesses vulnerable to significant economic hardships inthe U.S., China and Europe

 

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If you are a Chase Business Banking client, visit chase.cares.com for more information.

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