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3 Ways To Manage Virtual Teams

Posted by Iba Masood to Business Advice, Startup Tips, Coronavirus

 

It's a challenging time for teams and organizations that have suddenly jolted to working remotely. For startups and larger organizations, helping their teams with a generous dose of empathy, to enable productivity, is key.


Whether you're already a remote org or moving that way due to the current social climate, here are a few things we've done at Tara to shift quickly into a high functioning remote team.

6 Ways Accountants and Remote Professionals Can Manage Burnout Right Now

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Startup Tips, Coronavirus

 

It’s a hard time to be having a hard time. For those of us who are able to work from home and have remained gainfully employed or self-employed over the past few months, it feels selfish—even callous—to acknowledge how stressed we might feel.


Oh, quit whining, says the inner voice (mine sounds like my grandma). You have a job! You don’t even have to leave the house to do it! Do you know how lucky you are?


But that doesn’t change the facts. Despite how fortunate we are relative to others, many of us work-from-homers are nevertheless living through the most challenging period of our lives. We’re doing more with less, managing multiple roles, trying to bridge gaps with often flawed and unreliable technology, ping-ponging between times of crunch and times of existential uncertainty.

6 Easy Ways Your Business Can Give Back Right Now

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Startup Tips, Coronavirus

 

Giving back—it’s good for the world and it’s good for business. And there’s never been a more important time to do it.


The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us. Right now, millions of people are grieving loved ones while living in fear and struggling to stay afloat—physically, mentally, emotionally, financially. They’ve lost jobs, homes, businesses, and savings. Between food shortages, long periods of isolation, and a burgeoning global economic catastrophe, the present is dismal and the future looks bleak. It’s safe to say that this is the worst crisis of our lifetimes—and it could be months or even years before things get better.

6 Tips For Entrepreneurs To Save Money During Coronavirus

Posted by Rae Steinbach to Business Advice, Startup Tips, Coronavirus

 

Ensuring your business thrives financially doesn’t merely involve taking steps to boost revenue. It’s also important that you reduce costs whenever possible. This is particularly important during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many businesses are under significant financial strain right now. Yours will be more likely to weather the storm if you optimize your budget accordingly.


You probably know this. However, you might not know how to cut costs more than you already have.


The following simple ways to cut costs will help. Consider them if you’re trying to think of new ways to reduce spending.

Watch Out for 4 Financial Challenges Businesses Face When Going Virtual

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Startup Tips, Coronavirus

 

If you’re reading this article in 2020, there’s a good chance you’re reading it at home.


We’re witnessing a radical shift in what “the office” means. Practically every non-essential business that has survived into April has gone virtual. Rather than working in shared physical locations, millions of people are doing their jobs remotely. They’re still communicating, collaborating, planning, strategizing, inventing, researching, developing, designing, selling, servicing customers, and more—but they’re doing it from their personal desks, dining tables, basements, garages, and bedrooms.

Reopen Your Business: 3 Guideposts for Strategic Cash Flow and Liquidity

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Budgeting, Loans, Coronavirus

 

In spite of the pandemic-sized challenges facing the world’s economy—skyrocketing unemployment, disrupted supply chains, banks and credit market systems risk, government’s crisis response—and people’s daily lives, CEOs of SMEs can manage cash flows and liquidity with a mind to grow when the economy reopens easily and effectively by remembering three guideposts for keeping your company moving forward.


To Forgive or Not to Forgive: Accounting Rules for PPP Loan Forgiveness

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Budgeting, Loans, Coronavirus

 

The weeks since Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act have seen thousands of business owners scrambling to, first, understand the Act and, second, to take advantage of it. And while experienced attorneys and accountants continue to make sense of the guidance and regulation of the CARES Act, there are a few things we know already that could help business owners like you keep your doors open a little longer.


[Webinar] Tips & Advice for Businesses During Coronavirus Outbreak

Posted by Celene Robert to Business Advice, Business, Startup Tips

 



With the CARES Act on everyone’s mind, inDinero hosted a webinar 100% focused on loans, grants, and tax relief available from the CARES Act. Our panel of experts, including a CFO, SMB specialist from Huntington bank, and a senior tax director, broke down each element of the CARES Act loans and how your business can benefit from them.

CARES Act: 5 Things You Need to Know For Your Business - COVID Relief

Posted by Doug Carpenter to Taxes, Business Advice

 

Updated October 28 to reflect changes made since the CARES Act passed in March.


The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, became federal law on March 27, 2020. Since then, business owners have had numerous questions about how the CARES Act helps them through this drastic economic crisis.


Our tax experts and CFOs have reviewed the changes to the CARES ACT to help CEOs and entrepreneurs understand how this and other government relief will help your business and team.


Here are five important things you need to know about what is in the CARES ACT for businesses based on questions you might be asking yourself:

Which SBA Loan Is Right For Your Small Business Impacted by Coronavirus

Posted by Tom Gabbert, CPA to Taxes, Business Advice

 

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. The Small Business Administration (SBA) will have the authority to guarantee $349 billion in small business 7(a) loans, now called the Paycheck Protection Program, in addition to the revised Economic Injury Disaster Loan 7(b). It is important to look into each SBA loan and consider if either are a good fit for your SMB.