Jamie Alexander fondly remembers working at the Brunswick drive-in restaurant, which her grandparents started in the 1950s. The restaurant was a staple in the community and Jamie began working there as a young teen, making milkshakes, frappes, and other drive-in favorites. It has been her dream for a decade to bring that experience to downtown… Read more »
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Keeping accurate records of your business’s financial transactions is critical to ensure consistency and avoid bookkeeping mistakes. However, small business owners often make common bookkeeping errors that can lead to significant financial problems.
Val Parziale and Haley Bauman are two experienced dance instructors who wanted to offer dance classes for adults as an alternative to other forms of workouts. They saw a need in the marketplace when they realized that many dance studios in their geographic area only offered classes for children or classes geared toward professional dance,… Read more »
By Tina Oddleifson If your small business receives income via third-party settlement processors like PayPal, Venmo, and CashApp, you may be in for a surprise. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) passed by Congress in 2021, provided pandemic relief to many small businesses. It also included a bill that significantly changed reporting requirements for third-party… Read more »