2020 TAXES: HOW PPP, EIDL AND PUA WILL AFFECT YOUR TAXES?

Join the SUNY Canton SBDC and Doug Hoffman CPA/MBA partner at The Hoffman Eells Group as he shares the latest guidelines from the IRS on reporting CARES ACT funding and simple accounting strategies that can improve your bottom line.

Your tax returns are probably going to look a little different this year especially if you received PPP, EIDL, and PUA benefits. This webinar is FREE and open to the public. Early registration highly recommended due to group size limits.

Wednesday, December 16, 2020 10am - 11am
DOES YOUR BUSINESS NEED FINANCING?
Loan fund can be used for:

  • Machinery and equipment
  • Working capital (term up to 7 years)
  • Furniture and fixtures
  • Real property (term up to 15 years)

Minimum loan amount: $10,000
Interest rate: 4%
Eligible for profit businesses must employ less than 50 persons
Gross revenue: less than $1 million
This is an Equal Opportunity Program. For more information, please contact Carol Calabrese at 518-873-9114 or ccalabrese@essexcountyida.com
HOW TO LAUNCH E-COMMERCE AND START YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS DURING COVID-19

Are you considering adopting eCommerce? Have your sales been negatively impacted by the COVID19 pandemic? The skills required to effectively create & operate a seamless shopping experience for your customers will test your aptitude as a business owner in a variety of different subject fields.

Whether your business has a couple of products, a comprehensive catalog of thousands of SKUs, or anywhere in-between: the answer to increasing your sales long-term is likely an effective eCommerce platform and thought-out customer acquisition campaign.

There are many companies that offer eCommerce solutions so where do you begin?

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 3:00PM
COMBATTING COVID-19 THIS WINTER

Governor Cuomo and the state's COVID Task Force has worked in consultation with global public health experts, local governments and other stakeholders to ensure that the plan builds off the lessons learned during the past nine months to anticipate and prepare for an expected increase in COVID cases and hospitalizations over the Holiday season.

  • Strategy 1: Continue and strengthen New York's targeted micro-cluster strategy while managing hospital capacity to enhance and equalize care
  • Strategy 2: Increase and balance testing resources and availability
  • Strategy 3: Keep schools open safely
  • Strategy 4: Prevent viral spread from small gatherings
  • Strategy 5: Operationalize an equitable and safe vaccination program