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Making some sense of the Paycheck Protection Program

Apr 7, 2020 / Consumer Banking
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The coronavirus pandemic has closed the doors of small businesses, driving up unemployment and stress levels across America. Part of the federal government’s plan to help small businesses stay afloat is the $350 billion PPP loan program, but there have been some snags in getting the money into the hands of those who need it.

In this episode, Mark Messick, director of products at Jack Henry Lending, says some of those issues are being worked out, while others will be tougher to fix.

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