When to Pull the Plug on Events

Large-scale event cancellations across the United States are mounting due to COVID-19 concerns—from conferences and concerts to trade shows and sporting events. Many local events have been put on the back burner too. Weighing the potential health risk of an event with its economic consequence isn’t clear cut. It’s even lessRead More

Local Response Amplifies CARES Funding

The onset of the Coronavirus crisis caused Capitol Hill to take swift action and approve $2.2 trillion in emergency funding – widely discussed as the CARES Act. Businesses were promised their cut of resources to stay afloat in the form of partially forgivable, low-interest loans. Unemployed individuals were allocated anRead More

Unemployment and Loan Resources

SharedWork to Reduce Hours To encourage businesses from laying off employees, Employment Security Department encourages employers to use the SharedWork program. If you are reducing the hours of your employees, Unemployment will pay for a portion of the reduced hours. Employees on the SharedWork program will also receive the additional $600Read More

Why Your Small Business Should Convert to Solar Sooner than Later

Of course you’ve heard of solar energy but you haven’t yet seriously considered it as a solution for your business. Perhaps it seems like a hassle to figure out? Maybe you think it is too expensive? That’s it’s easier to just keep paying the electric bill? Whatever the obstacle, nowRead More

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