CARES ACT AND FFCRA: Impact on Independent Contractors, Self-Employed Individuals, and Sole Proprietors

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WorkMarket Editorial Team
WorkMarket Editorial Team
March 27, 2020
CARES ACT AND FFCRA: Impact on Independent Contractors, Self-Employed Individuals, and Sole Proprietors
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We are living in unprecedented times. The last time an event of this significance and scale happened was the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918. Recently, two packages have just passed to provide essential relief to businesses and contingent workers.
Below is a breakdown of the benefits and what they mean for you.

CARES and FFCRA Provides Small Business Support (Available April 3, 2020)


Overview of the CARES Act for Businesses
Read more on the CARES and FFCRA act supports for businesses on the ADP Spark blog.

Unemployment Benefits Made Available to Contingent Workers and Sole Proprietors (Available April 10, 2020)


Overview of CARES act for contingent workers
Read more on the CARES and FFCRA act supports for contingent workers on the ADP Spark blog.

Help in Troubled Times


You are not alone in your fear and concern for how you will weather the uncertainty that the COVID-19 pandemic has created. Businesses, big and small, contingent workers, gig workers, independent contractors, employees - we all are in this together. sydney-rae-geM5lzDj4Iw-unsplash
During this time, WorkMarket, an ADP company, has your back – helping businesses, like yours, navigate through the rapidly changing market dynamics. To that end, a special hub has been created by ADP and is available at: adp.com/covid-19.

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