COVID-19 and the lockdowns devastated small businesses. Now the reconciliation bill could increase their pain.
‘We have a business that’s located in probably, during COVID, arguably the worst state in the union to try to survive unless you’re Costco.’
The owners of 1.5 million S-corporations could become subject to a 3.8 percent tax increase as part of Democrats’ cash grab to fund their welfare state expansion.
‘I thought if I ever lost my business, I would’ve lost it in an earthquake,’ Erica Kious said. ‘Never did I ever think that I would’ve lost everything I worked for to leftist politics.’
We were denied priority for small business assistance, not because other restaurants had greater needs, but because of my sex and race.
Due to a few tweets that his family agrees are inexcusable, Wadi was forced to fire 69 employees, some of whom had worked with him for more than 15 years and many with minority backgrounds.
For struggling businesses, every day the federal unemployment bonus and other pandemic perks continue is a day closer to shutting down for good.
As a simple ode to friendship and local communities, ‘Sweet Magnolias’ is charming and refreshing at a time our community ties are deserving of attention.
Chacko’s Family Bowling Center, destroyed in a flood in 1972, has remained resilient throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The Barstool Fund lent a hand.
The owner of the local nail salon has just as much right to not have her livelihood permanently destroyed due to COVID-19 as does the bar next door.
Axios targeted a Republican candidate for governor and his COVID-19 relief organization meant to aid small businesses in Virginia over an alleged mistake on the charity’s statement to the Internal Revenue Service.
Far from out-of-place in the middle of a pandemic, a message of innovation and hard work has enabled Americans to overcome adversity with resilience.
The Barstool Fund is a perfect example of why private-sector support is more effective, efficient, and trustworthy than big government.
No small business could’ve prepared for this. Washington needs to give small businesses a genuine, real chance to survive.
The woke online mob descended upon a Tennessee smokehouse after negligent local reporting accused the joint of donating to a pro-police group.
Regardless of its cultural and social significance, Ben’s Chili Bowl is not immune to the economic pressure of COVID-19.
The digital media outlet Axios recieved $5 million in loans from the Small Business Associaton’s Paycheck Protection Program. That’s more than $25,000 per employee.
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