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US Policy Response to Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic (CARES) Act

Update on US policy response to COVID-19

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was released on March 27th to help stabilize the economy. In an effort this stimulus provides more than $2 trillion in financial assistance to federal agencies, state and local governments, businesses, and individuals. Given the size and reach of the CARES Act, just about all organizations and businesses need to better understand what it means for them and begin to assess next steps. Deloitte has resources that provide practical insights to help you navigate the CARES Act and take appropriate action.

US Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act

The CARES Act is the third phase of the federal government’s legislative response to provide relief and stabilize the economy in response to COVID-19. Our thought leaders explore:

  • Small business impacts
  • Tax implications
  • Emergency loans and grants
  • Supplemental appropriations to government 

Find insights on the CARES Act

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