If your business is struggling from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, here are some organizations and resources that you can use to get back on your feet.
FEMA is offering disaster assistance to businesses and individuals.
JPMorgan Chase is offering up to $5 billion in incremental capital for lending to small and mid-size businesses directly affected by the storm.
Businesses in federally declared disaster areas can apply for expedited refunds or delayed tax filings.
The IRS also has videos, podcasts, and information on how to reconstruct your tax records here.
Residents of New York State may be eligible for free legal aid regarding legal issues arising from Hurricane Sandy. Find more info at www.disasterlegalaid.org.
The Touro Law Center in Long Island is opening a free legal hotline for Long Island businesses that need legal assistance.
Working Space and Services
New York City-based businesses that are in need of space can see a list of available space here.
New York’s tech community are offering free services and workspace to those in need.
Borough-Specific Relief Efforts
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Other Helpful Information
Hurricane Sandy Business Recovery Information from the Department of Small Business Services (SBS) and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC).
The New York City Office of Emergency Management
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