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Now’s Not the Time to Increase Taxes on Businesses
The Employee Retention Tax Credit Update
The Employee Retention Tax Credit is set to expire at the end of 2021. This tax credit program was created during the worst of the pandemic in 2020 and was initially set at 50% of up to $10,000 in qualifying wages per employee but was expanded via the American Rescue Plan Act to include 70% of $10,000 in qualifying wages per employee per quarter in 2021, which makes the tax credit much more lucrative for business owners.
The 757′s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Expands
Expert Column | Jim Carroll and Tim Ryan
Hampton Roads Needs Its Own Micro-Loan Program
No Substitute For In-Person Connections and Collaboration
Two Steps Forward … One Step Back After Pandemic
It's Never Too Late to Start Planning for Disasters
PRO Act Would Hurt Virginia Jobs, Economic Development
By Bryan K. Stephens Hampton Roads Chamber Of Commerce
Time For Virginia To Reject The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits
By Bryan K. Stephens Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce and Bob McKenna Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
Civic leadership Development Is Invaluable
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