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A New Program for Tattoo Artists & Other Personal Services

This upcoming round of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is rumored to be more accessible to sole proprietors and independent contactors in the personal services sector, and more importantly the loans may be fully forgivable. Our professions have been marginalized by health regulators and ignored by politicians throughout the COVID crisis, and it has been the case even in regards to federal funding programs as well. It’s time our industry sectors receive the respect and assistance we deserve and so badly need.

The PBFC, in partnership with Adesso Capital, is accepting Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications for all Beauty & Personal Service sectors.

Please note: This is a pre-application designed to get personal service practitioners in the queue early. Congress will need to approve new Pandemic Aid legislation, and additional qualification criteria is expected when the SBA releases new rules and guidance for this latest round of federal aid. After submitting your pre-app you will receive an email with the next steps as soon as the program has been approved.

Who Can Apply?

 

More than just Employers & Shop Owners are eligible:


Sole Proprietors, Independent Contractors, and Booth Renters affected by coronavirus
(COVID-19) are too!! Go tell your friends.

Tattooers and shop owners

Shop owners and independent tattoo artists are welcome to apply!

Barbers and Hair Dressers

Independant contractors and salon owners are eligible as well.

Personal Care and fitness

Fitness professionals, trainers, massage, nail and more!!

Piercing and lashes

Cosmetics and beauty industry practitioners, and piercers can apply.

What Exactly is the
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)?

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) allows lenders to offer low-interest loans that may be fully forgiven. 

The requirements are straightforward.
(i) You must have been in operation on February 15, 2020, (ii) your business must have been harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic and (iii) you must submit the required documentation along with your loan application.

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