The virtual summit will acknowledge small businesses from across the country for their resilience, ingenuity, and creativity.
It’s time to put aside politics and save millions of small businesses.
The President adds his signature to the economic stimulus aid package. Here are some small business highlights in the legislation.
Late on Friday, treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin tweeted that $1.8 billion in loan applications had been processed, mostly from community banks.
CareerOneStop.org is a good place to start. It can help with unemployment insurance benefits, job training, and finding a job.
An unprecedented $2 trillion aid package designed to help the economy rebound from the coronavirus pandemic.
The SBA says it is looking at every option to cut red tape to make it easier for small businesses to stay in business.
Small business optimism sinks to record level — in just half a month.
The legislation requires a unanimous vote by the Senate.
With most of the country operating under stay-at-home orders, fewer accidents and claims happening.
87% percent of small business owners surveyed said their business is hurting from coronavirus.
The deal may be agreed upon as early as Monday (4.20.2020)
In a recent NFIB survey, 65% of the participants said they don’t believe the economy will fully recover until 2022.
After initially telling businesses that individual disaster loans could be as high as $2 million, SBA has now imposed a $150,000 limit.
Do you have a tax-related question? You may find the answer here.
The PPPFA provides two new exceptions for borrowers to qualify for forgiveness even if their workforce isn’t fully restored.
How actor John Krasinski found ‘some good news’ in the era of coronavirus.
Each state has its own unique listing of COVID-19 resources. Here are some from each.
Recommended strategies that employers can use now.
100 CEOs called on Congress Monday to pass long-term relief to ensure small businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic.
Since the onset of the pandemic, retailers — of all sizes — have been on the front lines of interactions with customers and suppliers.
Funding package increases aid to small businesses, hospitals and Covid-19 testing.
Both changes follow small business owners who say they can’t hire back staff while they are closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
CDC resources and articles organized in a work-related table of contents.
Employees of companies — large and small — are bracing for the ongoing impacts of Covid-19.
Here’s what the next wave of small business owners will be keeping top of mind as they turn their business dreams into a reality in 2022.
An ordinary expense is one that is common and accepted in the industry.
Holiday spending has the potential to shatter previous records.