Becoming a tutor allows you incredible job flexibility, while also giving you an opportunity to do meaningful work in your community. When you tutor, you make an impact on students’ lives and help guide them toward educational success. And at the same time, tutoring allows you to manage your own schedule and set your own rates. What’s more, when you set up an online tutor business, you can even work from home! Have you been considering starting a tutoring business, but you aren’t sure where to start? In this article, we’ll walk you through a step-by-step process for planning your tutoring business.
Could your business qualify for free money via a business grant? Learn about some of the best grants available to small business startups, including green businesses, rural businesses, women-owned businesses, nonprofit organizations, veteran-related businesses, minority-owned businesses, and others.
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Through the ECIP, up to $9 billion will be sent directly to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and minority depository institutions (MDIs) so these institutions can provide funding and relief to communities in the US that have suffered the most from the effects of the pandemic and from decades of economic neglect.
Where do Black female business owners thrive? Which states offer the best opportunities for engagement and support of Black women who own small businesses or startups? Find out the top 10 states for businesses owned by Black women in Merchant Maverick’s detailed data report.
COVID-19’s destructive wake has damaged small businesses of all kinds, but those led by women have been disproportionately affected, based on a new report by Facebook. A survey found that 71% of women-led businesses in the US are operational or engaging in any sort of revenue-generating activity compared to 83% of those run by men.
It took less than two weeks for the funds approved for small businesses through the CARES (Coronavirus Aid Relief & Economic Security) Act to run dry and for banks and lenders to close applications. Experts warned from the start that the money would not go far compared to the magnitude of the need, and that prediction rang true. With the country shuttered and the majority of states under stay-at-home orders with essential businesses closed for the foreseeable future, stress is mounting. Talks are already underway about a continuation of funding in an effort to halt the catastrophic economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, but at the moment the loans are on pause.
EIDL disaster loans are an existing SBA disaster loan program, but the US government has recently expanded the program, opening it up to virtually any small business, and added forgivable advances on EIDL loans. The advances, in particular, have gained a lot of interest from small business owners, as these advances do not need to be repaid.
Alabama is a state with an unusually hazy business reputation. Depending on which criteria you use, Alabama ranks near the top or the bottom for states to do business in. The moral of the story? Take these reports with a grain of salt and do business in Alabama because you like doing business in Alabama. […]
Take a look at our roundup of the best small business loans with low-interest rates. Whether you own an established business or you’re just getting started, one of these loans will suit your needs.