ST Media Group’s CARES Act Webinar Series

The webinars covered the stimulus package, Paycheck Protection Program, FFCRA and also included a Q&A webinar.
ST Media Group’s CARES Act Webinar Series

ST Media Group, Signs of the Times’ parent company, recently aired four free webinars on behalf of all of its brands on the CARES Act and various associated programs designed to help sign businesses cope with the effects of COVID-19.

CARES Act

"Small Business Success: Navigating the Economic Stimulus Package/CARES Act" answered questions and offered interpretations around the $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package and how it affects small business owners. Our financial expert, Carole Foos, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and tax consultant to a variety of clients at OJM Group, advised listeners with the questions and information they needed as they met with their bankers or advisors.

Paycheck Protection Program

"Small Business Success: Understanding the Paycheck Protection Program" discussed everything a small business owner needs to know about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) via our expert, Mark Koziel, Executive Vice President – Firm Services for the American Institute of CPAs.

Navigating the Economic Stimulus Package. Part II, Your Questions Answered

"Small Business Success: Navigating the Economic Stimulus Package. Part II, Your Questions Answered" was a follow-up Q&A webinar that centered on questions that were received from the webinars in this series on the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program. Carole Foos answered those questions.

Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

In "Small Business Success: Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)" attorney Charles Lee Mudd Jr. of Mudd Law examined aspects of the FFCRA to help make sure your business understands this important information and is able to comply with all aspects of the legislation.


Click here to read "The Sign Industry + COVID-19", Signs of the Times' May cover story on how sign companies, manufacturers and industry experts reacted to the pandemic. For continuing coverage of how COVID-19 is affecting the sign industry, click here.

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