I think by now we know that we don’t fancy bells and whistles, someone’s permission, or every client in the world, to decide to show up online, continue serving our clients, and host online training. We know that we do need: To believe in ourselves, To have the desire to keep serving our clients, A platform (I’m a huge Zoom fan), A payment process (because we do NOT work for free here), Marketing material - to share our offering with the world, and Liability Protection Really
This week’s blog is Pt 2 to last week’s “Financial Relief Options For Your Small Business During CV-19.” Today I am calling out relief options ($$) for 1099 Independent Contractors and Sole Proprietors. If you are a worker at a business and paid as a contractor - this one’s for you. These rules + caveats also apply to my business owners who file as a Sole Proprietor, and possibly have a business Tax ID number, but are not a formal entity (LLC, Corporation, Partnership). To ro
**Note - I am updating this blog regularly, as details of the CARES Act in practice are shared with me or I learn of them. I am striving to keep this resource as up-to-date as possible to serve you best. With the passing of the CARES Act, small business owners are eligible to receive some of the $376 billion earmarked to keep our business running and our employees and contractors paid (yes, including us business owners too!) There is a TON of information out there about finan
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