Was your company’s strategic plan a smashing success in 2021? Look carefully at these three areas of the business to answer this question and develop objectives for 2022.
4 ways to refine your cash flow forecasting
Business owners, you may not have a crystal ball, but you can forecast cash flow. Here are four tips to consider.
EIDL program retooled for still-struggling small businesses
Many small businesses are still feeling the pressure of the pandemic. If yours needs a loan, check out the SBA’s newly enhanced COVID-related EIDL program.
Get serious about your strategic planning meetings
For any business large or small, strategic planning is no joke. Here are some best practices for holding meetings that produce exciting ideas for a profitable future.
Changes to premium tax credit could increase penalty risk for some businesses
If your business can be defined as an applicable large employer, the recently signed American Rescue Plan Act might increase the likelihood that you’ll incur a penalty under the Affordable Care Act.
EIDL loans, restaurant grants offer relief to struggling small businesses
Could your small business or restaurant use a tax-advantaged loan from the Small Business Administration? A recently passed COVID-relief act offers a couple of intriguing options.
PPP adjusted to prioritize very small businesses
The Paycheck Protection Program has undergone some notable changes recently as the Small Business Administration and Biden administration seek to give very small businesses easier access to loan funds.
What are the key distinctions between layoffs and furloughs?
COVID-19 has forced many business owners to re-evaluate the size of their workforces. The choice between layoffs and furloughs brings up a variety of compliance issues.
Just launched: The SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program
Retaining employees and maintaining payroll has become difficult for many small businesses across the country. The SBA’s Payroll Protection Program offers relief for some.