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What the New PPP Means for Your Business

The new round of Paycheck Protection Program loans is available to both new and second-time borrowers. Who gets the money? And what are the rules? Click through to see what might be in store for your business.

Addressing Personnel Problems at Nonprofits

At nonprofit organizations, the mix of paid staff and volunteers can lead to personnel conundrums that work their way up to the board of directors. Click through for guidelines on maximum board oversight with minimal micromanagement.

How To Raise and Maintain a Credit Score

More than ever, in today's tumultuous world, it is important to maintain a good credit score, even while economic difficulties make it tough. Click through to learn how to build and maintain healthy credit habits in good times and bad.

6 Tips for Handling Virtual Layoffs

It's never pleasant when layoffs become a necessity, and now the pandemic has turned the process virtual. Conducting layoffs through online meetings is the new norm. Click through for six ways to navigate layoffs in the virtual sphere.

Filing Taxes for the Deceased

Tax responsibilities don't end with death. Indeed, it's an important part of the executor's job to file the deceased person's state and federal final income tax returns for the year of death. Click through to address specific tax filing responsibilities.

Tips to Prevent Your Email from Being Hacked

Even top-tier companies with sophisticated cybersecurity measures in place have been hacked. So what can you do to keep your private information safe? Click through for some tips on protecting your electronic information.

The SEP-IRA: Just Right for Small Businesses

Traditional pensions plans and 401(k)'s may not be appropriate for small businesses and the self-employed. However, that doesn't mean there are no other options. Click through to learn about the powerful and adaptable SEP-IRA.

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