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    SBA Readies Restaurant Revitalization Grant Program

    April 15, 2021

    The last stimulus bill, the American Rescue Plan Act, authorizes a new program, the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, to give $28.6 billion in grants to restaurants, bars, food trucks and other food and drink establishments based on their lost revenue during... Read More

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    Paycheck Protection Program: Pursuing Loan Forgiveness

    April 27, 2020

    As the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) enters the second round of funding, loan recipients should be considering a thoughtful approach to pursuing loan forgiveness. Understanding the scope of the forgiveness and monitoring emerging guidelines will be critical for maximizing forgiveness... Read More

    The CFO as Chief Creative Officer

    May 16, 2017

    We ring in the new year with observations from our entrepreneur blogger Moira Vetter, CEO of Modo Modo Agency. Moira’s topic this month is a different view to the role of the CFO. In this market, there are few positions... Read More

    myRA retirement plans

    May 15, 2017

    Worry-free retirement plans for small businesses? The myRA may be the answer. 07.31.2014 Many small business owners find that it is impractical or too costly to offer retirement plans to their employees. Employee retirement plans are highly regulated and subject... Read More

    R&D Tax Credit Changes Benefit Tech Start-Ups

    February 15, 2016

    While there are many tax benefits available for small businesses and technology companies, the challenge is how to take advantage of them in the early years when there is no taxable income to offset. The 2016 changes in the research... Read More

    Leadership tips from the trenches

    December 10, 2015

    Frazier & Deeter’s marketing leader, Adelle Erdman, reflects on wisdom shared by six senior executives at the firm’s recent Women Business Leadership events. 4 Tips from the C-Suite Trenches It is fairly certain that anyone with whom I have lunch... Read More

    Breaking Down the 2015 Summer Supreme Court Rulings

    August 24, 2015

    This summer, the Supreme Court made major rulings on same-sex marriage and health insurance subsidies that are sure to spark discussions as the presidential election heats up. Same-sex Marriage The first ruling has been long debated and was finally voted... Read More

    Three Legged Growth Strategies For Second Stage Entrepreneurs NEW

    July 17, 2015

    This week’s guest blog by Moira Vetter originally appeared in her blog for Forbes. In it she discussed the ‘three-legged’ test that entrepreneurs should consider to make sure they have a profitable growth strategy. Let’s say your business has been... Read More

    Turnaround Lessons Learned for Going Concern Management Teams

    April 1, 2015

    Turnaround professionals work with underperforming companies across different industries that find themselves in financial difficulty. Today’s guest blogger, Jim Wanserski, takes a look at some of the consistent themes he’s seen surface in his work with turnaround clients. These are... Read More

    Is the Best Resource to Support Entrepreneur Exit Another Entrepreneur

    February 25, 2015

    Entrepreneurs are unique and passionate people with a strong drive to achieve their vision. So what happens when an entrepreneur decides the time has arrived to sell the business and move on to pursue the next big thing? In his... Read More

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