Results show the range of the loan received, jobs retained, date approved, and other details released by the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration Monday, July 6.
Which Florida businesses that applied for and received a loan as part of a national effort to save small companies during the coronavirus pandemic is now public information.
The U.S. government has released a list of businesses that have received emergency pandemic loans of $150,000 or more.
Designed to cover expenses such as payroll and rent, the loans do not have to be paid back if at least 60 percent of the money is spent keeping or rehiring workers. Otherwise, it carries a 1 percent interest rate and must be repaid within two years.
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