Ben presented along with Russell Farbiarz, Esq. This presentation was focused on the CARES Act provisions for small businesses and the importance of documenting the plans for the recovery of critical business functions and systems in the event of a business disruption.
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We want to be as helpful as we can during this challenging time. Our hope is to give insight and answer questions of our clients and others in the community.
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Katie shared her incredible story on how she overcame adversity with resilience, hope, humor and gratitude. The discussion was focused on mental health and happiness - all things we can benefit from hearing during this difficult time in our lives.
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Watch the live discussion with guest speaker, Dr. Karch, on striking a balance between managing the COVID-19 health risks facing us today and the need to begin reopening our economy.
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While Pennsylvania opened some counties and businesses on May 8th, the stay at home order for our area has been extended until June 4th. Haas Financial Group’s office will remain closed for face-to-face meetings until further notice. We wish to err on the side of public health and safety, using the wait and see approach.
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We are in our 3rd week of our Open Q&A Office Hours every Wednesday at Noon. Hear what others are asking about this week.
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Our hope with these open office hours is to fully support our clients and also give insights and answer questions of others in the community. We want to be as helpful as we can to everyone during this challenging time. Hear what others are asking during this challenging time.
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Our main goal during this discussion was to recognize that there are a lot of opinions offered out there on what happens next. We feel it's important to focus things back on financial planning. As it relates to the world of finance, these uncertain times make decision-making really hard. It's our job to keep trying to think clearly. To keep asking questions, assessing options. To help you keep pressing forward with what we DO know.
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The Paycheck Protection Program prioritizes millions of Americans employed by small businesses by authorizing up to $349 billion toward job retention and certain other expenses. If you or someone you know needs more details or is looking to begin the process, here are some resources we want to provide.