Take a look at the week’s top news stories for small business. This week, the IRS announced a number of tweaks to small business taxes while shoppers look to go local this holiday season.
The Fed expanded the Main Street Lending Program to more small businesses this week, while Square is in talks to buy Credit Karma’s tax prep service. Catch up on these stories and more with this week’s small business news roundup.
Chase’s New Mobile Card Reader Takes Aim At Square & 5 More Small Business News Stories You Need To Know
This week’s top news stories roundup for small business owners goes into why Chase’s new mobile card reader is shaping up to be a Square and PayPal competitor. Meanwhile, over 75% of CEOs expect to shrink the office space in the future. Read on for more.
Read about the most important small business news stories for the week of October 19th, 2020. This week, we cover Google AI and appointments, Prime Day records, and more.
Comcast RISE is a new initiative meant to help small businesses push past the COVID rut via grants, marketing help, equipment tools, and more. Grants aimed at black-owned and operated businesses may be issued as soon as November. Read on for more information.
Minority-Run Small Businesses More Resilient Against COVID, But Many Struggle As Government Aid Goes Elsewhere
Recent surveys by SCORE and Union Bank highlight how minority-run businesses are optimistic about surviving COVID, though many still struggle due to lack of government aid. Read on for a comprehensive look at survey findings on the economic impact of COVID-19 on minority-owned small businesses.
According to survey results released earlier this week by mobile payment company Square and market research firm Wakefield Research, 76% of US small business owners plan to give workers time off to cast their votes in the 2020 presidential election.
Another round of PPP funding may be in the works, but the odds aren’t looking great. Here’s everything your small business must know about the PPP reopening.
A retail group is pushing Oct. 10 as 2020’s big shopping event. Could the 10.10 online shopping festival help your retail business’ 2020 holiday season? Read on for more details about 10.10, as well as information about how you can participate in this year’s answer to Black Friday.
The economy is floundering; there’s no two ways about it. However, a few industries have managed to wade through the darkness and actually grow amid a deadly pandemic. From eCommerce to delivery services to office equipment, parts of the economy have indeed pushed forward. Curious about the details of these booming industries? Let’s take a look at the numbers.