The $2 Trillion Federal CARES Act: The Key Financial Assistance Provisions, Key Legislative Changes, and Next Steps
April 7, 2020
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) is a comprehensive economic relief plan designed to stabilize and uplift the American economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is unique not only because of the total amount of funding made available (over $2 trillion), but also because of the breadth of industries, sectors, and individuals eligible to receive some form of federal grant aid or federally-backed loan assistance through the stimulus legislation.
- To Learn About New Financial Assistance Programs, Click Here
- To Learn About Key Changes in Federal Laws, Click Here
- To Learn About Major Employment Law Changes, Click Here
- To Learn How New Grants and Loans Might Be Disbursed, Click Here
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