Leadership Lessons From a Year of Mass Disruption
"The volatility of the past year cannot be overstated. We’ve been calling it the 'agility economy.'"
More Than Half Of Small Businesses Have Reopened: Survey
Forty-seven percent said reaching pre-pandemic gross revenues and total daily transactions would point to full recovery.
Loan System Bugs Holding Up PPP Loans: AICPA
In a letter to the SBA this week, the AICPA said legitimate loan applications are being denied acceptance because they are being incorrectly flagged.
Buffett: Small Businesses Have Become Collateral Damage, Congress Should Renew PPP
The CEO of Berkshire Hathaway said the country owes it to millions of small businesses to renew the Paycheck Protection Program.
2021 Wish List
Remote work, small businesses, the federal government's balance sheet, health care — they will all require attention.
House Passes Bill to Ease Rules for Payroll Protection
The bill would allow small businesses seeking loan forgiveness to use a smaller share of the money on payroll.
Fed Study Questions Paycheck Protection Loans
Fed economists said there was actually a negative correlation between COVID-19 cases per capita and the share of small firms getting PPP funding.
AICPA Calls for Federal Loans Backed by Accounts Receivables
The recommended lending facility would provide loans to small businesses that pledge their future receivables.
Payroll Processors, CPAs Call for Small-Business Support
“Small businesses need to make payroll now — the clock is ticking.”
Amex, Amazon Rolling Out Small-Biz Credit Card
Amazon Prime members can choose between a 90-day interest-free period and 5% cash back.
JPMorgan Buys WePay in Major Fintech Move
The bank is reportedly paying more than $220 million to join a wave of Wall Street acquisitions of fintech startups.