Families First Coronavirus Response Act:

Now that offices are starting to open, we wanted to provide additional guidance on the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).  In a prior blog, we referenced employers with under 50 employees… Continue On +

Additional Relief Funding Could Be Available For Dentists Who Provide Services to State Medicaid and CHIP Patients

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on Tuesday that they were going to provide an additional distribution from the Provider Relief Fund to eligible Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance… Continue On +

Important PPP Loan Update

We are excited to announce that on Wednesday, June 3rd, the Senate passed a bill allowing more flexibility with the PPP loan program.  The House passed the same bill last week, and… Continue On +

The EIDL May Not Be a Good Loan for the Practice

We are glad to hear that the SBA has been busy notifying loan applications that their Economic Injury Relief and Disaster Loan (EIDL) has been approved.  The question many of you have… Continue On +

Common Questions for Practices That Are Reopening

The good news is that Oregon dental practices can reopen on May 1 and their Washington colleagues after May 18th.  We know you are eager to see patients and to take a… Continue On +

SBA Application Process Has Been Defined

As promised the SBA has released the final calculation and application for the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) 7(a) Loan. This morning banks are doing their best to be ready for processing, but… Continue On +

Update on Paid Leave, New SBA Loan, and Unemployment

With each act of Congress that provides help during this challenging time comes a wave of questions.  How does a specific act apply to your practice?  What are the next steps to… Continue On +

CARES ACT Passes What You Need To Do Now

As I’m sure you have heard the CARES Act has passed the Senate and House and has been signed into law by the President. We have some information about the act and… Continue On +