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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.
inDinero Honored with Comparably 2020 Workplace Awards Including Best Company Culture
21Dec
inDinero Honored with Comparably 2020 Workplace Awards Including Best Company Culture
Comparably announced it's 2020 workplace awards and we’re thrilled to share that inDinero has been honored with four awards including best company culture.
Accounting Tech Trends You Need to Know About
27Oct
Accounting Tech Trends You Need to Know About
Accounting tech is a critical part of any leading company’s strategy. How solid is your knowledge of accounting tech trends? Read on.
#GivingTuesday at inDinero — 4 Inspiring Nonprofits Making An Impact
27Nov
#GivingTuesday at inDinero — 4 Inspiring Nonprofits Making An Impact
We survived the long Thanksgiving weekend (but barely). It’s time to put the unbutton-your-jeans level overeating of turkey and harrowing Black Friday shopping experiences behind us and look forward to the joyful holiday season. Celebrating the holidays comes in many shapes and forms and one of our favorites is #GivingTuesday.
How to Support Women-Led Small Businesses
10Nov
How to Support Women-Led Small Businesses
The marketplace is currently seeing an all-time high of women-led businesses. Among these, a staggering 99.9% are classified as small business ventures, meaning they employ 500 people or less.
What Bay Area Tax Hikes in 2017 Mean for Startups
29Sep
What Bay Area Tax Hikes in 2017 Mean for Startups
When tax rates rise, small businesses feel the brunt of the impact, but they also pass along increased costs to consumers
How Fintech Has Opened the Doors for Small Business Funding
4Aug
How Fintech Has Opened the Doors for Small Business Funding
The prevalence and capabilities of technology have made it possible for even a 2-year-old to benefit from these innovations, but, as progress continues forward at a rapid pace, these children will one day consider our highest tech antiquated.
6 Ways Doing Business Has Changed Since 2006
4May
6 Ways Doing Business Has Changed Since 2006
For those of us who grew up believing there to be nine planets, 2006 was a fateful year. It was the year the International Astronomical Union officially demoted Pluto, reclassifying it as a “dwarf planet” and abruptly altering a fundamental fact of our solar system.
8 Companies To Learn From When Establishing Culture At Your Startup
12Apr
8 Companies To Learn From When Establishing Culture At Your Startup
To be fair, virtually anyone would welcome all of the above in their workplace, but we’ve come a long way from the early days of the startup economy when a “best place to work” was essentially a conventional office with a ball pit in the middle.
23 Tips Founders Wish They Knew Before Starting A Business
29Mar
23 Tips Founders Wish They Knew Before Starting A Business
You don’t need an MBA to start a business. In fact, some of the world’s largest organizations are run by CEOs and owners who dropped out of school altogether and entered into the business world through an alternative route.
Uber Drivers in Oregon—Employees or Contractors, Who Wins?
15Oct
Uber Drivers in Oregon—Employees or Contractors, Who Wins?
Well, kind of. And only in Oregon. Which is home to only a tiny portion of Uber drivers.
inDinero Launches International Partnership with WeWork
29Sep
inDinero Launches International Partnership with WeWork
We have great news! Yesterday, we launched a partnership with WeWork, the international provider of co-working spaces for entrepreneurs, startups, and other small businesses.
The IRS Cares About Your Back Taxes Even if You’re a Small Business
27Sep
The IRS Cares About Your Back Taxes Even if You’re a Small Business
The case of Coca-Cola should leave you in no doubt. Last Friday, the soft-drink giant announced that it had received a love note from the IRS—to the tune of $3.3 billion.
3 Factors to Tell the Difference Between Employees and Contractors
21Sep
3 Factors to Tell the Difference Between Employees and Contractors
Thanks to the Oakland Raiderettes, every pro cheerleader in California now has employee status.* Summer is over and football season is officially underway.
How Software Automation Is Unleashing Talented Bookkeepers
26Aug
How Software Automation Is Unleashing Talented Bookkeepers
A few years ago, many professionals in traditional industries such as accounting and marketing worried about being replaced by sophisticated software.