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Information for Employers

New Mexico launches recovery loan fund

$400 million in loan funds now available for New Mexico small businesses Click Here to Learn More

COVID-19 Business Finance Resources

My organization has been negatively affected by COVID-19. I need cash. What do I do now?

COVID-19 Recursos de finanzas comerciales

Mi organización se ha visto afectada negativamente por COVID-19. Necesito dinero en efectivo. ¿Qué hago ahora?

State secures SBA Disaster Loan Assistance for businesses affected by COVID-19

Small Business Administration offering loans up to $2M in all 33 counties.

New Mexico Offers New Loan Program, Priority Assistance to Virus-Impacted Businesses

New Mexico Offers New Loan Program, Priority Assistance to Virus-Impacted Businesses.

Personal Income and Payroll Tax Extension

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Taxation and Revenue Department Secretary Stephanie Schardin Clarke announced March 20 that New Mexicans will have an extra 90 days to file and pay their 2019 personal income taxes in recognition of the economic hardships many are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Taxpayers will have until July 15 to file and pay any taxes due.

The deadline for 2019 corporate income taxes also will be extended until July 15. In addition, the state is extending deadlines for employers to remit withholding taxes.

For more information, please visit the Tax and Revenue Department’s fact sheet here.

If you have filed a return and you are due a refund, the Department is processing those returns and refunds. You can check your refund status through the Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) here.

Visit the Economic Development Department to See Help for Businesses Negatively Impacted by the COVID-19 Health Emergency

The State of New Mexico is adjusting its business-loan guarantee programs in order to make capital more available to business owners whose operations are severely impacted by the COVID-19 health emergency.