If you are a woman-owned business, meaning at least 51% is owned by one or more women who are U.S. citizens eligible to participate, you can obtain … Read more about Changes Coming to Women-Owned Business Certification
Bankruptcy is a legal process in which a federal court oversees a debtor’s settlements with creditors. Depending on the type of bankruptcy, a business … Read more about Is Bankruptcy Your Way Out? Alternatives to Consider
Yes, we’re in a recession. Yes, we’re still under COVID-related restrictions on how businesses must operate. But despite these negative concerns, … Read more about 5 Reasons Why Now Is a Great Time to Start a Business
The pandemic has squeezed the resources of many businesses, forcing them to review their budgets and make cutbacks. Nonetheless, they must continue to … Read more about Using Software to Help You Make Do with Less
The worst of the COVID-19 virus may be behind us from a medical perspective, but economically the pain has just begun. Some states are slowly, very … Read more about Preparing for Economic Changes: Forbearance, Deferral, and Forgiveness
Business as we knew it before COVID-19 will never be the same. Many things are changing in order for companies to operate safely…for their employees … Read more about Practical Ideas for Changing Business Operations in a Post-COVID-19 World
If you are self-employed and conduct business from home, you may be eligible to take a home office deduction. There are strict tax rules governing … Read more about Working from Home Due to COVID-19: Tax Implications
The second Sunday of May is the annual celebration of Mother’s Day. This year, because of stay-at-home orders, mothers with school-age children … Read more about Mother’s Day 2020: Unlike Any Other
With so many people currently working from home, focusing on work can be problematic. It’s important to be able to concentrate on work when it needs … Read more about Better Concentration: What Works for You?
Just about everyone—individuals and businesses—is struggling with cash flow. They just don’t have money on hand, which means it’s difficult if not … Read more about Paying Promptly: Aren’t We Legally and Morally Obligated?
The pandemic has been devastating to small businesses across the U.S. Main Street America reports that nearly 7.5 million small businesses are at risk … Read more about Protecting Your Brand During COVID-19
In just a couple of months, the small business landscape has dramatically changed, in some instances forever. The medical impact of COVID-19 continues … Read more about COVID-19 and Small Businesses: 5 Big Surprises
Today, due to COVID-19, millions of parents are forced to work from home. At the same time, schools are closed and children are at home, too. Many … Read more about Notes from a Mom with a Home-Based Business
The Covid-19 has turned everything upside down. Usually, at this time of the year, businesses are planning on hiring summer interns. Should you do … Read more about Summer Internships: What to Do Now
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so, too, do the actions of Congress to help on the economic front. The previous blog covered IRS relief … Read more about More Coronavirus-Related Tax Relief: Q and A