ATTN: All EIDL Borrowers & Applicants! - Webinar Tomorrow, October 19 at 3 pm CT!

Arkansas District Office

u s small business administration

COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Borrower Information Session!

Tuesday, October 19 at 3 pm CT


OCA EIDL

 

Did you know: There is still time for business owners to apply for the COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan!

 

Join SBA Arkansas District Office as we introduce leadership from the SBA Office of Capital Access to discuss everything you need to know about the COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan program! Topics will include the latest policy changes, how a business owner can apply for an EIDL or a loan increase, and a Q&A session to discuss frequently asked questions about current and/or future COVID EIDL applications!

 

Tuesday, October 19 at 3:00 pm CT

 

REGISTER NOW

 


 

About the COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan program:

 

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SBA was given the authority to make low-interest fixed-rate long-term COVID EIDL loans to help small businesses and other entities overcome the effects of the pandemic by providing borrowers with working capital to meet ordinary and necessary operating expenses.

Note: The deadline for a COVID EIDL application to be approved is December 31, 2021 or when funds are exhausted (whichever occurs sooner). 

 

Learn more about the EIDL program and apply: SBA COVID EIDL

 

Additional Helpful Links: 

 

All business owners that have received previous loans through the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF), or Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) can still benefit from COVID EIDL. 

 



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