The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus) signed into law on March 27, 2020 represents a 3rd round of direct Federal assistance in the face of severe economic dislocation. The Act focuses on providing monetary and other financial relief to individuals and businesses and follows up on $8.3 billion of emergency medically related funding, as well as paid sick leave for individuals. Several provisions warrant attention given their potential impact on individual and family financial plans.
What You Need to Know About The CARES Act
These and a flurry of other new Federal regulations risk creating confusion. Appleton is here to help, and we invite you to reach out to your portfolio manager to discuss how you can benefit.
How can we help you? Please contact:
Jim O’Neil, Managing Director, 617-338-0700 x775 [email protected]
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