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Posts from April, 2021

  • 'These are my people': Supporting an entrepreneur's dream When Paula Klein decided to make her dream of running her own business a reality, she was confident in her ability to attract clients and excited to do the work. Where she needed a little bit of help was in navigating some of the day-to-day business tasks that come with ... Continue Reading
  • If you’re self-employed, this PPP rule change might mean a bigger loan Thanks to a recently revised rule from the Small Business Administration, self-employed individuals now can access potentially larger loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This rule allows contractors, gig-economy workers, freelancers and other self-employed ... Continue Reading
  • Where’s the money? Three reasons your tax refund might be delayed in 2021 Wondering why it's taking longer to get your tax refund this year? While the IRS aims for a turnaround of under three weeks when issuing refunds to those who electronically file their tax return, this year could result in a more drawn out, frustrating process for many. If ... Continue Reading
  • Restaurant Revitalization Fund: It’s not just for restaurants The newly passed Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) is here to offer restaurants, bars, caterers, food trucks and others some extra financial help as we transition into a period of recovery. Part of the American Rescue Jobs Act, it includes $28.6 billion of funding for the ... Continue Reading
  • Be mindful of these common tax mistakes If you own your own business, it might be because you decided to pursue a personal passion or because you recognized an opportunity in the market where you could be successful. Passion and opportunity, however, don't always mean you’re ready for many of the realities that ... Continue Reading
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