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Senate Republicans plan votes for next week on stimulus measures in an effort to pressure Democrats to support a stand-alone Payroll Protection Program Bill. Negotiations over a sweeping Covid-19 relief package remain stalled.

President Trump partially reverses course on halting Covid-19 relief bill negotiations in tweet, calling on the House and Senate to "immediately approve" $25B for airline payroll support, and $135B for the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses.

No Payroll Tax Cut in GOP Stimulus Bill: Mnuchin also tells CNBC that there's "a lot of bipartisan support" for extending the Paycheck Protection Program.        > #treasury  #risk  #CFO 

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Schumer on the Senate floor to attempt to pass the Paycheck Protection Program bill that passed the House last week, 417-1. The bill extends the timeline on loan forgiveness and rehiring employees and reduces the level of PPP funds that must be used for payroll to 60% from 75%

Hse now voting on bill to give flexibility to small businesses under the Payroll Protection Program

Bill Nobles, a #smallbusiness  owner in Florida, finally secured a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program after weeks of applying. His major issue? The dollar amount is half of what he believes his payroll demands. Story by @SamanthaJoRoth .

WATCH LIVE: President DonaldTrump's Coronavirus Task Force holds its daily briefing after Trump signed a $484 billion bill with $310 billion of extended Payroll Protection Program forgivable loans in the Oval Office Friday

President Trump said most of the funding in the bill would flow to small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program, which provides money to small businesses to keep workers on their payroll.

The bill includes $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, which offers forgivable loans to small businesses that keep workers on the payroll during the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.

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The bill includes $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, which offers forgivable loans to small businesses that keep workers on the payroll during the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.

The bill includes $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, which offers forgivable loans to small businesses that keep workers on the payroll

Key to helping small businesses and nonprofits stay afloat will be the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program that Congress created in the coronavirus response bill. It provides federally guaranteed loans to employers who keep their employees on the payroll.

Businesses with fewer than 500 employees can apply for the Payroll Protection Program under the new stimulus bill.

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