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California Capital Access Program
New lending and economic opportunities for small businesses and banks in California are available through a program administered through the State Treasurer's Office. The California Capital Access Program (CalCAP) recently received $6 million from the state and expects to receive $84 million in federal funding from the Small Business Lending Act of 2010. Combined, these funds may leverage more than $2 billion in small business loans in the State.
CalCAP is administered by the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) in the State Treasurer's Office. The CalCAP loans are for any small business - from hair dressers and caterers to manufacturers. The funds don't have to be used for pollution control projects, despite the name of the Authority. It's a good program for any business on the qualified Standard Industry Classification Codes list.
Reporting of Employer Provided Healthcare Coverage on Form W-2
The IRS webinar, 'Reporting of Employer Provided Healthcare Coverage on Form W-2' is available for viewing on the IRS Video Portal.
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