Posts Tagged ‘California Small Business’

New Outlandish 1099 Laws for 2011

Get your pen and pad of paper ready, 1099 paper that is. As part of the newly enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law March 23, 2010, by President Obama, businesses will be required to report payments over $600 per year of goods or services made to anyone, including corporations, except entities […]

Watching The Bottom Line

This recession affects everyone, especially small businesses. If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to check your extra expenses and cut back on frivolous spending. Make sure you are getting the best prices on monthly charges such as phone, internet, and long distance. What you don’t want to cut down or slack […]

Invitation to Attend the Inland Empire Contracting Connections and Procurement Outreach

CalTrans District 8, in partnership with the Department of General Services (DGS), California State University, San Bernardino and the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center, will host the Inland Empire Contracting Connections and Procurement Outreach. You will have a chance to meet with the State government purchasing, contracting and procurement officers of District 8, who […]

How The Stimulus Package Impacts Construction In California

Each State has stimulus money allocated to them for different things, California’s share of the stimulus package is approximately $80 Billion. A good majority of this funding is allocated towards Health & Welfare programs for our citizens. Within this allocation is maintenance like drain repair, upgrades, materials like metal, brass, and third rail train equipment, […]

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