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Accounting firm offers free guidance to businesses seeking COVID-19 relief

A local accounting firm, RDG+Partners, is providing free assessments for businesses to help them figure out which stimulus benefits they are eligible for, and to which they should apply. 

The firm offered a similar service after the 911 terrorist attacks, identifying more than $50 million in benefits. 

“The financial disaster relief initiatives coming to the forefront are critical to helping many businesses survive. But the amount of information is completely overwhelming, and many business owners don’t know where to begin making sense of it all,” said John Rizzo, CPA, managing partner of RDG+Partners.

Aid programs include stimulus checks, forgivable loans, new Small Business Administration lending programs, payroll tax deferral, and expanded unemployment benefits. 

RDG+Partners will review the programs and qualifications with business owners individually, calculate need and loan requests, and counsel the business on how to apply for each program. Businesses owners interested in arranging for a free COVID-19 relief assessment may reach the firm at (585) 673-2600 or info@rdgandpartners.com.

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