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Paycheck Protection Program for Gig Economy Workers

The latest stimulus act, passed on December 27, has opened up the Paycheck Protection Program once again.

As independent contractors in the gig economy, we are legally considered businesses. Many Gig economy contractors were impacted negatively by the pandemic and as such, may be eligible for funding through the Paycheck Protection Program.

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If you are a gig economy contractor such as with Doordash, Uber Eats, Lyft, Instacart, Grubhub and others and were in business prior to the pandemic (February 15, 2020 is the official date) you may be eligible.

We have partnered once again with Womply. Womply is a verified agent with many of the lenders working with the Paycheck Protection Program. You can apply for the Paycheck Protection Program through my referral link here.

Read below for a list of articles related to the Paycheck Protection Program.

Paycheck Protection Program Articles

Articles published at EntreCourier.com about the Paycheck Protection Program, starting with the CARES Act early in 2020, and about the renewal of the PPP program with the latest stimulus package signed December 27, 2020.

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