Small Business in the News: January 7, 2021 Edition

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Welcome to 2021! While we have a new year at last, small business owners are still dealing with some of the ongoing crises from 2020, in addition to looking ahead to plans for the new year. Read some of the top news, trends, and insights for small businesses this week!

5 Ways the New Stimulus Bill May Help Your Small Business (Forbes)

I’m a founder, not a seller. How do I get good at sales? (Fast Company)

Why Student Debt is Crippling Entrepreneurship (Inc.)

6 Invaluable Tips for Satisfying Your Online Customers (Entrepreneur)

2021 in the Law: A Look Ahead at Trademark & Branding Cases (SmallBizClub)

Igloos, nooks, and greenhouses: A review of the many ways we dined in 2020 (USA Today)

How Restaurants Became One of America’s Most Selfless Institutions (Bloomberg)

Six ways your office will be different in 2021, assuming you ever go back to it (Washington Post)

Stimulus Payment Delayed? You May Need to Claim It on Your Tax Return (New York Times)

ADP Report: Small Business Jobs Down 13,000 in December (Small Biz Trends)


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