The €7.4 billion package is “Backing Ireland's Businesses”, including; a new Employment Wage Support Scheme to succeed the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme, to run until April 2021; an initiative on 0% interest for first year of SME loans; an extension and expansion of the Restart Grant; and further details of the €2 billion COVID-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme; as well business finance measures, including the €500 million expansion of the Future Growth Loan Scheme. It is “Helping People, especially Young People, get back to work”, including investments in job creation and higher education. It is “Building Confidence and Investing in Communities”, including the introduction of various taxation initiatives, including measures on Income Tax Loss Relief and Income averaging for farmers. It is “Preparing Ireland for the Economy of the Future”, with various investments in research, training, and other enterprise supports. These include the expansion of the Enterprise Ireland (EI) €180 million Sustaining Enterprise Fund scheme, to include direct grant support to viable businesses, and €10 million in funding for the EI Seed and Venture Capital Fund. There will also be additional online retail (€25.5 million) and Brexit preparedness supports (€20 million) for businesses.