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  • Writer's pictureJonathon W. Baker, Esq.


On Monday, December 21, 2020, the US legislature passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, a COVID-19 Relief Bill that brings important new opportunities to struggling businesses.

The bill provides for additional stimulus payments to individuals, adds to extended weekly unemployment benefits and includes more than $300 billion in aid for small businesses, including additional Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and the chance for businesses hit hard by the pandemic to apply for a second loan. Call, email or chat with Baker Law, P.A. today for assistance obtaining traditional loans through a bank or credit union, Small Business Administration (SBA)-guaranteed loans or COVID-19 related funds for your business. Our knowledgeable staff helps you choose the funding most advantageous to your business and circumstances and represents you in closing the loan transaction, helping you understand the legal documents and protecting your interests throughout the process, all for a low, flat fee.

About the Author

Jonathon W. Baker, Esq., President of Baker Law, P.A., has extensive experience in business, licensing, and regulatory law at the local, state, and federal levels. He routinely offers corporate counsel and represents clients in all stages of licensing for alcoholic beverage, food service, and hemp/CBD, and many other licenses. Jonathon also handles complex transactional matters such as stock purchase and assets acquisition agreements. He has years of experience representing borrowers and lenders in foreclosure litigation. Outside of his law practice, Jonathon is a trained musician who has played multiple styles of guitar for over 20 years and also enjoys exercising and spending time on Florida's sunny beaches.

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