The calendar says flu season is just around the corner. The national health emergency from COVID-19 ended on May 11, 2023, but the illness is still … Read more about What Employers Should Know about Covid-19, Flu, and RSV
May 11, 2023, marks the end of the public health emergency for COVID-19. Many businesses for months have been acting as if the pandemic was long since … Read more about Expiration of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and Your Business
On March 13, 2020, the President declared COVID-19 to be a national emergency. This was the start of shutdowns and, according to the SBA’s Office of … Read more about Second Anniversary of the COVID-19 National Emergency: What Small Business Has Learned
Joni Mitchell only looked at clouds, love, and life in her 1966 song “Both Sides Now.” In today’s post-pandemic culture, there are so many issues to … Read more about Recovery Strategies: How to Resolve Contentious COVID-19-Related Matters
Update: On July 27, 2021, the CDC revised the masking guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals. The CDC advised that those fully vaccinated do not … Read more about Masking Policies: What’s a Business Owner to Do?
Legal terminology is bantered about among lawyers, but business owners should be aware of certain legal terms and how they may affect a company’s … Read more about Legalese You Better Know Because of COVID-19
The number one question that businesses are asking about the pandemic is when it will end. No one has an answer. No one is even speculating about it. … Read more about Unanswered Business Questions for COVID-19
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
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
In response to statistics showing that only 53% of workers at companies with fewer than 100 employees were able to participate in a qualified … Read more about 5 COVID-19-Related Questions for Your 401(k) Plan
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
At the end of February 2020, the federal unemployment rate was 3.5%. At that time, business owners were looking for ways to attract and retain valued … Read more about How to Compassionately and Legally Break Promises to Your Staff
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