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LegalShield | February 23, 2022
The entrepreneurial spirit is stronger than it has been in decades as more people have decided to create their own business during the pandemic. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 5.4 million new business applications were filed in 2021, surpassing the 2020 record of 4.4 million. At the same time, small business formation requires a significant amount of legal paperwork which can be difficult to navigate alone. Those seeking to start a small business can greatly benefit from a service that&rsq...
LegalShield | May 20, 2022
As we continue to spotlight small businesses during May, LegalShield, the leading provider of membership-based legal services and identity theft protection plans, announces a partnership with NEWITY, the small business marketplace dedicated to creating equitable access to SBA loans and trusted business service providers. As NEWITY’s official legal services provider, its 115,000 small business members will have access to LegalShield’s Small Business Legal Plans, services, and ne...
Sentinelandenterprise.com | January 13, 2020
Bay Colony Development Corp., a Waltham-based company, presented a $10,000 check to NewVue Communities on Thursday to boost the organization’s efforts to support local small businesses, said Executive Director Marc Dohan. Dohan said the money will support the NewVue Communities Small Business Technical Assistance Program, which aims to help businesses in the region. “This funding will help NewVue assist more small businesses in the area and allow us to reach out to different types of...
Minutehack | January 13, 2020
Most owners of small businesses are wary about sharing their data electronically, holding back the rollout of open banking which makes it easier to manage their money. Fewer than one in seven business owners questioned by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) said they were sharing the details of their business bank accounts with third parties. It means that most businesses are not getting the benefits of open banking, which puts invoice, cash flow, payroll, utilities and tax data all in the ...
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