Israeli Companies Urged to 'Cash In' On $2 Trillion Coronavirus BailoutMost Americans still haven't gotten their one-time $1,200 checks but Israeli companies appear to already be cashing in on $10 million grants.
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The $2 trillion coronavirus bailout bill featured a carve-out for foreign-owned businesses to take billions of dollars from struggling American citizens to line their coffers.
The news was reported with glee on Monday by Israeli Tech and Startup News site CTech.
From CTech, "Israeli Companies Can Cash In On $10 Million Check from Trump":
Israeli companies hit by the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis are eligible for loans and grants not only from local programs but also from the U.S. businesses aid program. Any company that has operations in the U.S. and employs workers there can apply under the $2 trillion CARES Business Assistance Program that was passed at the end of March. The company does not have to be registered as an American company but only has to have a U.S. subsidiary that pays salaries to U.S. employees.
"In this program, it’s all about being first to the prize," said Attorney Oz Halabi, a partner and head of the U.S. taxation department at the New York office of law firm Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz and a former senior official at the Israel Tax Authority. "It is very important to submit applications as soon as possible and to understand that the program is relevant to 99% of Israeli startups," he added in a conversation with Calcalist on Sunday. "True, there are details that are still unclear, but it is important to go ahead and fill out the forms. Trump himself operates as if he was running a startup: first throwing out an idea and then thinking and formulating the details". Halabi explains that the $350 billion set aside for the program is not based on any calculation, but rather is simply a figure that was agreed on. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Reserve has also announced its own $600 billion loan program, but these loans are for larger companies and will not become grants.Most Americans still haven't gotten their one-time $1,200 checks but Israeli companies appear to already be cashing in on $10 million grants.
Late last month, Republican Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky was hounded for trying to force a recorded vote on this $2 trillion screwjob of a bill.
The Republican Jewish Coalition announced immediately after he raised objections to the bill that they were going to fundraise for his opponent and seek to have him ousted from office.
Massie noted how Americans had no idea what was even in the bill and predicted it would be the "largest wealth transfer from taxpayers to the super rich" in history.
He was right.
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