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The Senate Has Approved $484 BILLION in Additional Funds to Help Businesses


Excitingly, the U.S. Senate has approved $484 Billion in additional funding, primarily to refill SBA loan programs, including the $10k Advance, SBA Disaster Relief Loans-EIDL, and the PPP.

More good news!

Many of the businesses we have helped apply have received grants and loan offers:
$500,000 SBA loan (3.75% fixed rate, 30-year payback, first payment in 12 months)
$171,000 SBA loan (same terms)
$89,000 SBA loan (same terms)
+ a handful of advances between $2,000 and $7,000

DealerXT can still HELP YOU APPLY

DealerXT is providing this free service to all of its customers.

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The Senate passed a $484 billion coronavirus relief bill, incorporating aid for small businesses, hospitals, and testing expansion. Subsequently, the bill advances to the House, aiming for approval this Thursday.

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