Tips for businesses and communities

The COVID-19 virus has had immense human, social and economic impacts thus far and those impacts continue as this virus spreads worldwide. Our thoughts are with the individuals and families affected, and we encourage Wyomingites to stay safe.

While these are unprecedented and unsettling times, there is comfort in action. Wyoming small business owners and employees can take proactive measures to protect themselves as the situation develops.

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Additional Information

Please refer to the information provided at www.wyopen.gov  and https://www.uschamber.com/report/guide-small-business-covid-19-emergency-loans for additional resources.

 

SBA and Treasury Announce PPP Re-Opening; Issue New Guidance https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm1230

 

Business Relief Program Tax Information
As businesses close out their previous year and prepare to file tax documents, the Wyoming Business Council wants to remind all CARES Act funding recipients that any money received through the COVID-19 Business Relief Program is considered taxable income and should be included in tax filings. The State Auditor's Office has issued all applicable 2020 1099 forms and CARES grant recipients should have received a 1099-G for their awards. If you have any questions, please contact the State Auditor's Office at saowolfshelpdesk@wyo.gov.

Please Note: The State Auditor's Office and the Wyoming Business Council cannot provide any tax-related advice. Business Relief Program recipients with questions related to filing, claims, etc., should contact a tax professional.

 

The COVID-19 Business Relief Programs are now closed, learn more at wyobizrelief.org