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.
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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.
Marketing Agency Just Digital Continues To Help Businesses Target & Maintain Clients, Even Through COVID
Hugo Fernandez started Just Digital, a creative marketing agency based out of LA, in 2012 with the intention to help small business owners access their target clients. Eight years later, Fernandez’s company continues to help small business owners grow their client base even through COVID. Read on for a closer look at JustDigital.
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.
Your Business Can Now Stop Withholding Employee Payroll Taxes: Need To Know Facts About The Tax Holiday
Employers affected by the ongoing COVID-19 emergency have received a tax holiday that began on September 1. This tax holiday is only available for employees who have bi-weekly paychecks that are less than $4000 (or an equivalent of a salary of $104K a year). Is this a good move for your business? Read on for more details about the payroll tax holiday.
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.
Oregon businesses physically impacted by wildfires in eight counties are now eligible for low-interest federal loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA). Businesses in 14 adjacent Oregon counties and two California counties may also seek financial support through the SBA’s economic injury loan program.
Take Part In An American Tradition: 4 Ways Your Business Can Help Its Employees Vote In The 2020 Election
Everywhere we look, it’s easy to determine that we are in the final months of the American voting season — and every organization, from small businesses to giant corporations, is discovering ways to be politically active, encouraging employees to take part in their civic duty, and giving employees time to vote. How can you help your employees participate during this election season? Read on for suggestions.
In light of the devastating blow wildfires have dealt Northern California in 2020, the SBA is opening up its disaster relief programs for impacted businesses. Businesses within the eight impacted counties are eligible to receive federal funding of up to $2 million, per the SBA’s fact sheet. Should a business receive funds through the SBA, it can use the cash to “repair or replace disaster-damaged property.” Read on for more information.
Sobering numbers came out this week via a Mastercard survey, which indicates that 38% of respondents in the US and Canada are seeing cash flow problems due to COVID-19. If their numbers don’t pick up, these businesses will be left in a lurch — nearly half (48%) of the surveyed owners said their business is just one missed payment away from closure.