There is no denying that the impact of the pandemic is still being felt by small business owners across the country. And public and private organizations provide many different grants to help these companies recover. When it comes to government grants, communities across the country are still offering American Rescue Plan Act (ARPC) funds. As a small business owner, you should keep an eye on what your community has to offer as part of the ARPC’s ongoing funding efforts and apply as they become available.
Contrary to popular belief, COVID recovery grants are still available to small businesses across the country. New initiatives are regularly launched to support the recovery process. The key is to stay on top of what’s available where your business is located. See what’s available right now for your small business with these ARPC scholarships.
In related funding news, the Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced that small businesses affected by the Lake County Cache Fire that occurred in August 2021 will have until August 17, 2022 to apply for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). . If your small business or even personal property has been hit by the fire, you can apply for loans at a very low interest rate.
Small Business News Feed – July 22, 2022
IRS Reminds Tax Preparers That IP PINs Are Now Available
The Internal Revenue Services and its Security Summit partners encourage professional tax preparers to step up their efforts to educate customers about the IRS Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program to fight tax-related identity theft.
Your customers can now buy items directly from Instagram Chat
Small businesses can now enable their customers to make purchases directly through Instagram’s chat feature. Your customers can now purchase items directly from Instagram chat. New features recently announced by Mark Zuckerberg include the ability to track an order and make the purchase in chats.
Senators Urge SBA to Process EIDL Loan Applications
A letter from the United States Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship (SCSBE) has been sent to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) asking it to process seemingly abandoned disaster loan applications received before the agency’s deadline.
California man sentenced to 11 years for $27 million PPP loan fraud
The US Department of Justice said in a statement that a Southern California man has been sentenced to 11 years and three months in prison for fraud with the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Homebuilder confidence falls for seventh month in a row
During the peak of the US homebuilding season, builders are not optimistic. In fact, in July, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, builder confidence in the newly built single-family home market recorded its seventh consecutive monthly decline, dropping 12 points to 55.
Gas Prices See Decline for Fifth Consecutive Week
Consumers who have seen a series of rising gas prices are now seeing some reprieve with the national average price of gas dropping below $4.50 a gallon. Lower gas prices According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), average gas prices fell to $4,495 on July 19, 2022, compared to $4,655 a week ago.
Congressman Worries Fintech Loans Could Harm Small Businesses
Fintech lending has expanded in recent years, disrupting the small business credit market by leveraging AI technology and data analytics. While fintech lenders offer small businesses a number of benefits, namely enabling them to borrow money quickly and efficiently when traditionally borrowing from banks has not been the easiest task, it is not without its challenges.
House Oversight Committee Discusses Importance of EIDL Loans to Small Businesses
The chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Ben Cardin, issued a statement regarding the SBA’s disaster programs and loans for small businesses. The statement, titled “Oversight of SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance,” discusses the importance of EIDL loans to small businesses.
This Billion Dollar Founder Says He Gets His Inspiration From His Mom
Here’s an interview I should be doing every Mother’s Day. I can safely say that many small business owners give credit to our mothers for inspiring us. For me, my mother, Carole inspired me to always do my best at work and be kind to people.
How has web analytics changed over the years?
The data and analytics market has seen tremendous growth in recent years and is expected to be worth $550 billion by 2028. How has web analytics changed over the years? Many millions of businesses already rely on analytics services to better understand customer behavior and optimize their web experiences.
Defense Act Passed by House – Contains Important Provisions for Small Businesses
The US Congress has passed a defense bill that contains important small business provisions to help small businesses win more government contracts and encourage small business participation in federal tenders. Defense law passed with important provisions for small businesses
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