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Cornerstone Furnished Solutions
Cornerstone Furnished Solutions reached out to us for help to ensure they could continue to provide jobs for their 18 employees - and provide furnished, short term housing solutions for people who are displaced, whether it be because of a move or an evacuation due to damage. We’re proud to be able to have helped them and keep their business running!
The Greenhouse, a small business assistance center in St. Petersburg, has launched an interactive map displaying small businesses city-wide. The map is one of several initiatives underway for St. Pete Small Business Week, a week-long event to celebrate local business growth and the diverse voices in entrepreneurship. The map shows the name of the business,…
First Citrus Bancorporation, Inc. Closes Third Quarter 2020 With Net Earnings Growth of 71% and Deposit Growth of 37%
TAMPA, FL., October 19, 2020 – First Citrus Bancorporation, Inc. (OTC Markets: FCIT), the parent bank holding company for First Citrus Bank, has released its financial results for the third quarter of 2020. September 30, 2020, YTD earnings were the highest on record after the third quarter produced the strongest quarterly earnings performance in company…
Any hope for imminent assistance from Congress on Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness is dwindling. Several attempts to pass additional stimulus have been bogged down in Congress in the months leading up the election; earlier this week, President Donald Trump said he was halting any further discussion of a stimulus package until after the election…
It looks like the Paycheck Protection Program is finished — for now. The program, which was administered through the Small Business Administration, provided loans to small businesses that could be totally forgiven if a certain percentage of the funds were spent on payroll-related costs. The PPP proved immensely popular when it was first launched in…