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I’m a little late in posting this, but there’s still great information here from someone who is both an attorney and in the biz. Hope this helps, but please do your own due diligence.
There is a lot of information (and misinformation) out there about getting COVID-19 financial assistance. With that in mind, the following video is an interview with attorney, voice actor, and good friend Robert Sciglimpaglia. We talk about how freelancers like voice actors can get COVID-19 financial assistance.
In the interview, they cover :
- The Stimulus Check: who will qualify for it, when will they get it, and how they will get it
- Filing for unemployment: who qualifies, where to apply, how much could be gotten, how to file a claim weekly, what income should be declared
- Applying for a (hopefully forgivable) loan as a sole proprietor, a corporation, and as a small business
“Voice actor and coach Tom Dheere talks to attorney/actor Robert Sciglimpaglia about how voice actors and other freelancers can get financial assistance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Go to www.tomdheere.com/blog to see all of the COVID-19 financial assistance website links mentioned in this interview.“