The government will now pay businesses to keep workers on payrolls (and hire back ones they laid off)

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The Paycheck Protection Program, part of the coronavirus stimulus program, is a welcome alternative to companies firing workers as business stops due to stay-at-home orders. Small businesses have already cut millions of jobs because the coronavirus crisis forced them to close and they could no longer pay salaries. But an important piece of the $2 billion coronavirus relief bill signed last week—a $350 million “paycheck protection program”—will use government funds to help pay salaries so more people can stay on payrolls, and others can be hired back. Read Full Story


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