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All That You Ever Wished For in a PPP Guide
23Feb
All That You Ever Wished For in a PPP Guide
Contents Use these links to hop to the topics that catch your eye or dive right into our PPP guide and see where the journey takes you! PPP reopened for the third time What’s changed about the PPP loan? Who is eligible to apply for a PPP loan? What are the loan limits and terms...
A Business Owner’s Guide The Payroll Protection Program Round Two
12Jan
A Business Owner’s Guide The Payroll Protection Program Round Two
Guidance from the Small Business Administration (SBA) for lenders of the Round Two (aka “second draw”) of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans is out, and the portal is open.
What is the Shape of Your Business’s Recovery?
30Oct
What is the Shape of Your Business’s Recovery?
When the economy recovers, what shape will your business be in? Find out what's in the next stimulus bill for your company and how inDinero can help.
Reopen Your Business: 3 Guideposts for Strategic Cash Flow and Liquidity
20Apr
Reopen Your Business: 3 Guideposts for Strategic Cash Flow and Liquidity
Are you ready to reopen post-pandemic? These three guideposts for approaching cash flow that will help you through the downturn and prepare to level up.
To Forgive or Not to Forgive: Accounting Rules for PPP Loan Forgiveness
17Apr
To Forgive or Not to Forgive: Accounting Rules for PPP Loan Forgiveness
How do business owners ensure PPP loan forgiveness? It all comes down to your accounting and reporting and inDinero can make sure it's up to snuff.
Webinar: Tips & Advice for Businesses During COVID-19
2Apr
Webinar: Tips & Advice for Businesses During COVID-19
In this webinar, we explored the Paychecks Protection Program Loans, Economic Injury Disaster Loans and other tax relief from the CARES Act.
Which SBA Loan Is Right For Your Small Business Impacted by COVID
31Mar
Which SBA Loan Is Right For Your Small Business Impacted by COVID
Small businesses were central in the negotiations of the over $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security ‘CARES’ Act, the largest economic emergency stimulus package in our nation’s history.
What A (Tax) Relief! COVID-19 Tax Updates
27Mar
What A (Tax) Relief! COVID-19 Tax Updates
It’s important to take a moment and say that during this volatile economic time, inDinero is here to provide you, our fellow entrepreneurs, with relevant news and updates for your business.
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
2Dec
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
“You need to spend money to make money.” Whoever came up with that was probably in marketing, or should have been.
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
4Sep
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
Burn rate is a matter of life and death—startup life and death. It’s the difference between companies that survive for years and those that shutter within months.
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
25Jun
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
GAAP. It may seem like accounting jargon, but if your business is entering a Series A round and you’ve begun to have serious discussions with potential sources of capital, those four letters can be the difference between securing and losing out on funding.
The 8 Essentials of 409A Valuations
17Dec
The 8 Essentials of 409A Valuations
Countless startup founders have asked these questions, and yet the answers remain frustratingly long and tedious. Like so many tax-related topics, 409A valuations are in desperate need of a rebrand. The term derives not from a jumble of numbers and letters picked from a hat, but from Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code, which regulates nonqualified deferred compensation paid to plan participants.
Yes, it is Possible to Grow a Large Startup Team in a Coworking Space
12Jul
Yes, it is Possible to Grow a Large Startup Team in a Coworking Space
One of the most alluring factors of coworking for independent contractors has always been the motivation that comes from being around other like-minded professionals and feeding off of their energy—it’s contagious.
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
9Jul
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
First things first, you need to determine the minimal requirements it takes for your business to exist.
Taking Out a Business Loan? Don’t Forget These 6 Steps
6Jul
Taking Out a Business Loan? Don’t Forget These 6 Steps
After I signed on the dotted line, the real work began. The funds from my business loan were sitting in LendEDU’s bank account, and we finally had the capital we needed ahead of the busiest time of the year.