The BOSS Network in collaboration with Syreeta Inc. and the PPP Second Chance Program will assist more than 200 minority businesses to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) by March 31st.
Thousands of minority-owned small businesses were at the end of relief with the government’s coronavirus relief program. The PPP Second Chance Program is available to assist companies, desperately in search of a relief loan. Many minorities did not receive funding or have access to the Paycheck Protection Program initially because of a lack of information on the process. The PPP Second Chance Program wants to help you secure the funding you need, to keep your business flourishing during this unprecedented time.Syreeta Talbert, a Certified Tax Preparer, has helped over 100 minority small businesses, get access to PPP funds in 2020. Many of the loans were 100 percent forgivable, including The BOSS Network. Their goal is to help minorities across the country that are being shut out from the Paycheck Protection Program, for a variety of different factors. Many small business owners did not qualify because their financials were not in order. If you need your business taxes complete, email us at email@example.com.
If you are a first-time applicant and want to see if you qualify to receive a PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loan, please visit their website at PPPSecondChance.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is March 31st.
ABOUT SYREETA INC.
Syreeta Inc. provides personal and professional, financial, and business services to both individuals and small businesses. With over 20 years in this industry and public experience, Syreeta. Inc. is here for all your personal and business tax, notary, insurance, and small business needs. As a boutique firm, Syreeta, Inc. has developed the ability to assist clients in becoming more successful, offering support and guidance, giving the same attention to all clients, no matter how big or small.
ABOUT THE BOSS NETWORK
BOSS™ is an acronym for “Bringing Out Successful Sisters,” and the Network’s mission is to promote and encourage the small business spirit and career development of women of color. The BOSS Network is an online community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online, and event-based networking. To find out more about The BOSS Network and connect with over 200,000 minority women nationally, please visit TheBOSSNetwork.org.