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Are Immigrant Entrepreneurs Left Behind By Small-Business Aid?
The pandemic eliminated 36 percent of immigrant small-business owners, according to reports.
Keep These 7 Strategies in Mind as You Reopen Your Business
If you're set on staying open long term, it's time to develop plans to keep the doors open as effectively and consistently as possible
How Will The Second Round of Government Stimulus Actually Help Me or My Business?
We spoke with an employer-compliance expert to find out what lies between the lines of the proposed HEALS and HEROES Acts.
New Legislation Would Grant Automatic Forgiveness of PPP Loans Under $150,000
The smallest of small businesses may be able to avoid hassling with additional documents, worksheets and payroll/tax forms.
The CEO of a Company That Owns More Than 100 Wendy's Allegedly Used $1 Million in PPP Loans on a New House in Montana
Sandi Adler, a former vice president at Starboard, claims she was fired after taking issue with CEO Andrew Levy's plans to "defraud the United States and the Small Business Association."
SBA and Treasury Release Names of PPP Loan Recipients
After months of calls for more transparency, information is made public about the nearly five million businesses that have benefited from the Paycheck Protection Program. Though questions will remain.
3 Federal Loan Programs You Can Take Advantage of Right Now
Set up your business to survive this pandemic and future crises.
Still Need PPP? This SBA Tool Will Match You With Lenders In 2 Days
The Lender Match tool is part of the SBA's efforts to fund minority, rural and other underserved small businesses owners before the PPP ends on June 30.
SBA Releases New EZ PPP Loan-Forgiveness Application
And it appears many business owners may qualify for it.
New PPP Law Extends 8-Week Period and Reduces Percent Payroll Cost Rule
Senate passes House bill that eases restrictions on how long businesses have to spend funds and how they can allocate them.