We would like to help out the business community by providing up-to-date information and resources that could help ease the minds of business owners during this time of unforeseen change and uncertainty.
If you need assistance with financial planning, converting your books to a cloud-based system, or just simply need someone to help make sure your business is in order, we'd like to be there for you. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you are interested in our assistance.
Small Business Administration Adverse Economic Impact Resources
If you own a Maryland small business that has been negatively impacted by COVID-19, help is available from the Small Business Administration in the form of disaster relief loans and/or grants. If you are interested in filing an EIDL application, please be sure to include your email address and phone number (detail not included in slideshow provided).
If you have questions or would like to discuss further, please contact the following representatives from your respective county in Maryland:
- Steven Colella (Carroll County)
- (443) 356-2818
- Darren Peyton (Baltimore County)
- (443) 356-2934
- Ryan Del Gallo (Harford County)
- (443) 373-3377
- Maura Van Syckle (Cecil County)
- (443) 903-7006
- Amy Yingling (Regional Director)
- (410) 808-7492
- MD SBDC Lead Center, University of Maryland
- (301) 403-8300
NOTE: Maryland's SBDC is a non-profit program funded by the Small Business Administration. If you have concerns about credentials or need additional verification before providing this information, please feel free to learn more about the SBDC at marylandsbdc.org or carrollbiz.org.
If you are a small business owner, please refer to the information below:
Times are tough. We'd like to help with that.
We are currently offering a complimentary cash plan model for your business!
We're in the works of coming out with more content that will further help you build and manage your cash plan model with ease.
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Not sure if you need an SBA Loan?
Employers with between 1 and 500 employees are required to provide paid sick leave and/or emergency paid leave in the next 15 days.
We have created a free calculator to indicate what this paid leave would entail and to help see if a Small Business Administration Loan would be the right fit for your business.*
*We'd like to thank the National Federation of Independent Business for the helpful information that helped us construct this calculator.