With businesses now on the cusp of reopening, employers are bringing back workers at a reduced capacity. Those who chose not to lay off or furlough workers need to make strategic cuts in order to stay afloat. One method of doing this is through a state-administered workshare program.
In this piece, four of those women – the business performance coach, the digital marketing maven, the architect and the graphic design firm owner – share their insights on how they have managed through crisis.
To Be Black, Female and a Business Owner Over 20 million Americans are unemployed. Billions of dollars have been doled out to keep the US economy from falling off of a cliff. Business activity has not returned to normal and we’re […]
By Tricia M. Taitt Know Your Numbers: The Financial Key to Accomplish Your Business Goals In my series, 10 Lessons that “Rona” Is Teaching All Business Owners, I have discussed key lessons that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced small business […]
By Tricia M. Taitt How a Good Banking Relationship Can Increase Your Access to Capital in Tough Times I received an email from my bank last week implying that my PPP loan may not be forgiven because I didn’t provide […]
3 Important Cash Flow Lessons from COVID-19 to Help You Move Forward In the last blog, we spoke about the importance of having a financial expert on your team that knows your numbers intimately and who CEOs can rely on […]
Published by Tricia M. Taitt The Most Valuable Asset To Your Business During COVID-19 Is A Financial Consultant. As a business owner, I hope that you are noting the hard lessons about survival, managing financial risk and decision-making that this […]
By Tricia M. Taitt I Received My PPP Loan — Now What? To small business owners, CFOs, CPAs and trusted advisors are essential workers right now. For many, the PPP loan is the lifeline keeping the heart of their business […]
By Tricia M. Taitt and Ean Price Murphy Problem Solve, Pivot and Plan Your Financial Life Post COVID-19 Shift Your Money Mindset Shift your mind from scarcity and lack to abundance by starting your day listing 5 things you’re grateful for. Take […]
Should I Apply for SBA COVID-19 Loans? This is the question that I am hearing most often right now from business owners. The unsatisfying answer is…it depends. Everybody’s case is different. Everybody’s business is different. To make it through this […]