Atlanta Financial Blog
The corporate executive is a rare breed. As individuals, they are highly successful, detail-oriented, hold themselves to incredibly high standards, and are well compensated for their talents and tenacity. According to The Fidelity Millionaire Outlook Series, corporate executives represent the largest percentage of all millionaire households nationwide.
If you are a corporate executive, you understand the tight demands on your time, and how hard it is to stay as on top of your personal finances with the daily demands of your job. From a professional standpoint, your job structure and compensation package also presents unique challenges that other high-net worth individuals don’t encounter.
Today, we are in the midst of an unprecedented global event that has had a dramatic effect on both our financial and personal lives. Much is in the news about what we can do to care for our health and the well being of our neighbors and loved ones. As events unfold, it can be easy to feel that we do not have control over things we once perhaps took for granted: our money and our health. But there are some things that each of us can do now to take some control back on the financial front.
Help for small businesses continues to be a hot topic after the massive stimulus bill passed Friday, March 27th. Details of the available programs continue to be clarified but one of the programs for which we have fielded the most questions is the Payroll Protection Program. The Small Business Administration (SBA) has released the official application and will begin to process applications on Friday, April 3rd. These loans will typically be processed through an SBA approved bank (our experience has been that almost all banks of reasonable size are enrolled and will be processing these loans and applications).
When will I get my check? Checks are supposed to be produced “as rapidly as possible.” Mnuchin has hinted they will come in April, but it’s been suggested that could take up to two months. One thing that is true: if you use direct deposit, you’ll get your money faster.
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