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Small Business Recovery Act of 2020   Ley de Recuperación de Pequeñas Empresas de 2020

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:     In English     En Español


The bill (SB3) that created this new program was passed by the New Mexico Legislature and has been signed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. Because this is a new program, the New Mexico Finance Authority is creating guidelines and procedures and will have information to share soon.

If you’d like to be notified when more information is available, please email your name, business or organization, and contact information to recovery@nmfa.net. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to working with you.

Essential Services Working Capital Program – Apply Now

ESWCP Application

Essential Services Working Capital Program FAQs

Essential Services Working Capital Program Emergency Rules adopted 4-23-2020

Pay invoices electronically as explained in the box below.

With New Mexico’s stay-at-home order, NMFA is asking its clients to pay their invoices electronically. There are now several convenient ways to pay:

1.   Pay online through NMFA’s new bill-paying facility by clicking https://www.e-billexpress.com/ebpp/NMFinance/. Follow the instructions at this site to either make a one-time payment or to enroll in E-bill Express so you can pay through it again in the future using your NMFA account number, which you can obtain from ClientServices@NMFA.net.
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2.   Allow NMFA to debit your account by submitting an Authorized ACH Form with your specific instructions for scheduled payments and allowing five business days to set up these payments.
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3.   Pay by wire or ACH from your bank by following the instructions on your invoice. Contact ClientServices@NMFA.net for any questions on how to pay by wire from your bank.

Thanks for your help. If you have any questions about your invoice, please contact Romana Speight at RSpeight@NMFA.net.

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