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Wildfire Victims Still Have Time to Apply for Federal Aid: Deadline Extended by 45 Days

by Sonia Park
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hawaii Wildfire Victims Still Have Time to Apply for Federal Aid: Deadline Extended by 45 Days

Homeowners, businesses, and non-profit organizations impacted by the recent Maui wildfires still have time to apply for federal assistance from the Small Business Administration (SBA). While the initial application deadline passed yesterday, officials have announced a 45-day grace period for applications related to property damage.

This means that affected individuals and entities now have until January 25th, 2024 to submit their applications for SBA loans. This extension provides crucial time for those who may have been initially overwhelmed by the aftermath of the fires and unable to meet the original deadline.

Who qualifies for assistance. . .

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