The historic $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package is scheduled to begin issuing payments as early as this week, which means many Americans could be receiving payments of $1200 or more in a matter of days. Some already have the money earmarked for essentials like rent and groceries, while others are planning to put the money into savings in case things don’t improve right away. If you’re a business owner, you may be wondering what the best way to make the most of your money. If you’re thinking “what should I do with my stimulus check?” we’ve put together some ideas on how to kick-start your business with $1200.
When tough times hit, entrepreneurs often don't have a safety net to fall back on. With the global coronavirus pandemic forcing businesses online and closing doors left and right, business owners are feeling the sting. In fact, for the first time, the federal government is offering solopreneurs unemployment benefits to help them get through the next few months. The life of an entrepreneur is fulfilling, rewarding, exciting, and uncertain. You have no guarantees for success on your journey to launch a successful business.
The world is transitioning to a mostly-remote workforce. The good news is that statistics show employers with flexible work policies collectively save billions per year, with happier and more productive employees. Here are five ways that you can take your business online.