The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it.

Francisco Villa, Co-Founder National Corporate Credit

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Small Business Guidance

The biggest issue currently with all small businesses is how can they operate in a climate of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) indecision, government regulation, and not enough money to stay open or take care of employees. A business owner may try to come into his failing business each day and say, “why me, why did this happen to me and my family”. Each day that goes by more and more people will become angry with not being able to provide for their families or have a chance to build their dreams.

Small Businesses need hope and answers. What is the government’s response to all of this? How can these people survive who were making $10,000 to $20,000 a month paying a few employees and now those people cannot work, what’s the decision going to be or is this all just a way to control people? Believe it or not, this is the discussions out in the cyber world, through Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and others, people are starting to mobilize to bring back the country.

The Corona Virus Pandemic has created an Economic Collapse the likes we have never seen

I make a conscious effort to keep things in perspective when I get burned out. It is easy to get stuck in the daily grind, but if you think about all the distance you have covered, and what lies ahead, it is much easier to feel motivated and optimistic.

Mikyle Jessen, Co-Founder National Corporate Credit

The Payment Protection Program has helped over one million businesses but actually there are a lot more small businesses out there and 50% of employment comes from small businesses. The Payment Protection Plan can only do so much. What the government should be doing is working with businesses on a local level through local financial affiliates approved by banks. Luckily, currently, they’re few that actually do this.

There is a Stabilization Fund created by National Corporate Credit that allows small businesses to get up to $300,000 up to seven years or get a credit line up to $150,000 with no interest up to 18 months, with no collateral or personal guarantee. The credit score has to be above 700, and your debt to income ratio needs to be below 30%. The key thing is why not use the bank’s money and when and if you get the money from the Payment Protection Program then pay it off or just pay the principal and keep you, your employees and family safe and let your business live on after the government decides phase 2 of the plan is ready to open more businesses. Let’s be honest it the restaurant and travel business that has taken the biggest hit. These people are the lifeblood of the American worker and all these families need a chance.

Five Keys to Remember:

  • Focus

  • Your Business

  • Your Employees

  • Keeping Your Doors Open

  • Your Revenue Goals

With each state being different but in unison, the return work now is looking like June 1st and that will be almost 90 days that the economy just turned off. If that actually happens the next move will be people losing their homes if the government does not step and put a furlong on all mortgages for 90 days to be on the back end of all loans to save these families.

If you’re are looking for help currently please click the link below apply and let the good people at National Corporate Credit help you.

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