Here are five things that happened this past month that affect your business.
1) Higher corporate rate appears to fall out of economic package
Biden’s advisers said that they are pursuing a range of ideas that could still raise substantial sums of money from corporations and the rich, including a tax on billionaires’ assets. ( Full story via The Washington Post)
2) Returning to the office can be stressful for many team members. Make it easier by following these 5 tips.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the Delta variant have postponed many office reopenings. For many of your employees, the fear and delays have created added stress. A seasoned therapist shares her top five strategies for making the return to work as stress-free as possible. (Source: Full story via CNBC )
3) Pushback to proposed $600 bank reporting causes the new threshold to increase to $10,000 in annual deposits or withdrawals
The revised version of the bank reporting proposal will also weaken its scope by exempting all wage income from counting toward the $10,000 threshold withdrawal, intending to ensure it applies to only larger account holders.(Full story via The Washington Post)
4) Entrepreneur burnout is a real thing.
If your business is a startup or you're an independent consultant with a handful of clients, chances are you're burning the midnight oil binging on caffeine-laced drinks to stay alert and functional. (Source: Full story via Entrepreneur )
5) Have you noticed? Cyber attacks are on the rise.
This is in part due to COVID-19 — hackers, wanting to take advantage of the chaos caused by the pandemic, growing digitalization, and the pivot to work-from-home, have stepped up their attack efforts over the past 18 months.(Full story via Venture Beat )
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