Main Street Relief 2.0Good news! Governor Sununu announced an additional round of state relief funds for small businesses. The Main Street Relief 2.0 program will deploy another $100 million to continue helping businesses affected by the pandemic. Deadline to apply is 10/30. Click here for eligibility info and application. Simpler PPP Forgiveness ApplicationThe US Small Business Administration released a simpler loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $50,000 or less.
What to Know Before Open EnrollmentBy Cathie Ericson, September 28, 2020 Reviewing your health plan options as a household ensures everyone understands what’s covered.andresr/Getty Images While few things have remained certain in 2020, one event that will continue as planned is open enrollment — the period when you’re able to change your health plan for the upcoming year. Timelines vary, but most HR departments hold open enrollment for a few weeks between October and December. During your open
Home » Market News & Guidance » Guidance » The Election and the Market: 4 Facts to Know Today The Election and the Market: 4 Facts to Know Today September 09, 2020 Craig Fehr, CFA - Principal, Investment Strategist Nela Richardson, Ph.D. - Principal, Investment Strategist Angelo Kourkafas, CFA - Analyst, Investment Strategy Sloane Marshall, Associate Analyst The 2020 presidential election is dominating the headlines and capturing investors’ attention, given the polarized political
The Payroll Tax Deferral: What Business Owners Need to KnowBy Carl Engelking, September 10, 2020 Think of it like an interest-free loan that will come due in 2021.Getty Images The IRS recently issued guidance implementing President Donald Trump’s order to defer withholding and deposit of employees’ share of the social security tax. The deferral applies to employees earning under $104,000 pre-tax and applies to wages paid from Sept. 1, 2020 through Dec. 31, 2020. If a business chooses to defer,
3 Ways Business Owners Can Share Overhead CostsBy Carl Engelking, September 03, 2020 As a business owner, you don’t have to go it alone — you can share costs with other businesses to help keep overhead in check.Getty Images Cash flow is the lifeblood of a business. It’s how business owners keep the lights on and fuel growth and expansion. It’s not surprising then that nearly 70 percent of small business owners say cash flow concerns keep them up at night, according to a 2019 study by Intuit. They