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The Act on cost support will come into effect on 1 July 2020 – see our services 

The Act will come into effect on 1 July 2020. The support is intended for companies whose turnover has been significantly reduced due to coronavirus and which have costs that are difficult to adjust. The support is focused on businesses and sectors suffering from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Associations and organisations that conduct business activities are included in the scope of the support.

You can apply for the support through the State Treasury between 7 July and 31 August 2020.

Use the calculator to assess whether your company is eligible for the support.

To help the applicant, we have launched a calculator to assess whether your company is eligible for the support. The calculator is indicative since it does not include all the conditions mentioned in the bill. The sum indicated by the calculator is not yet a formal decision on cost support but the support must be applied for separately through the e-services.

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If you have any questions, see the FAQ section or get in touch with us through the telephone service

The Frequently asked questions about the support for business costs page includes some of the most common questions about the cost support. Find information on the cost support and how to apply for it on the cost support service page.

The cost support telephone service is intended for entrepreneurs applying for the support for business costs. The phone service can help with filling the application and answering questions.

The telephone service for the cost support is open from 1 July on weekdays between 9-15 o’clock at 0295 50 3050.

The State Treasury does not charge extra or service fees for calls made to numbers starting with 0295. Operators may charge the regular service charge for the call.

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Frequently asked questions about the cost support

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Target group: Companies and organisations

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