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PPP Covid-19 Relief Program Is Adjusted to Help the Smallest Businesses in the USA

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Important revisions are made to boost participation among sole proprietors, independent contractors, self-employed “gig-workers,” and solo entrepreneurs in minority communities. For qualifying businesses, this is money that can be used to meet payroll and other business expenses and new deadlines to apply are approaching quickly. Small businesses and non-profits with fewer than 20 employees and sole proprietors can apply for

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Reuters – How GDPR in EU is Harming Online Advertising

Large technology companies such as Google and Facebook and big publishers are unlikely to feel detrimental effects from the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, but ad tech firms including Kargo and Verve are withdrawing business from Europe, and even advertising company giants are feeling the effects, writes Kate Holton. “Advertisers were cautious about spending money in supply chains that they

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MoFo – Understanding The 2018 California Consumer Privacy Act

Is The 2018 California Consumer Privacy Act California’s GDPR? While companies are focusing on compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, Californians will likely be given the option on the November 6, 2018 ballot to impose a sweeping, GDPR-like privacy regime that also deserves attention. If approved by voters in November, the California Consumer Privacy Act would require

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WalletHub – Best and Worst Small Cities For Entrepreneurs to Launch a New Business (2018)

Here is a great study of entrepreneurial capitalism across the United States Personal finance website WalletHub analyzed data of more than 1,200 small-sized cities using 18 metrics, from investor access to labor costs, to determine this year’s best and worst small cities to grow a business. Here are the top 20 small cities in which to start a business: 1.

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NFIB Report – US Small Business Ready To Grow in 2018

The historic small business tax cuts, including a new 20 percent deduction on earnings and immediate expensing of business investments, are giving small business owners long overdue tax relief. Businesses around the country are using their tax cut savings to raise wages, hire new employees, and expand. Six of the 10 components that make up the small-business optimism index increased

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