Q: Yes I have a question, As a small business I have checked and it looks like something went wrong and I never got help
We are the number one minority, We are also for our clients a tax break when they file their taxes being we are in all ladies commercial/residential company.We are going on five years flipping homes. I have got to get Some form of income to keep the last five employees I have. I have already lost six. I have used every penny I have to my name including all of my savings. I have used every penny I have to my name including all of my savings. They have given me a deadline as of December 3rd. If they are not If they are not paid They will follow The other five and if they do I have no company and will be completely screwed because I have given them all of my money and retirement to keep them on board. I appliedWhere it was allowed for small businesses for grants to small loans you name it just to get some help and I have nothing, literally I am now currently homeless because I chose to continue to pay my staff which is why I am begging you to help me!
A: I'm very sorry for your difficult situation, especially since it seems to have resulted from your being kind and thoughtful of your employees. You could consult with attorneys to investigate whether there is anything they might be able to do - but that could further add to your expenses - it might be more economical to first explore on your own if there is anything further needed by the relief agencies in their review processes, or if other state resources are available. If this does not pan out with meaningful results, you could reach out to bankruptcy attorneys to discuss whether that process could offer damage control and protect you from further financial losses. Good luck
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