Frost Participates in Christmas Tree Raffle

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For more than 30 years, Frost has participated in the Festival of Trees, a program that supports Providence Hospital. While this year’s event is different, we strive to help those in our community who need in and to share joy this time of year. With a retail value of more than $5,000, this tree is […]

Finding, Retaining, and Rewarding the Right Staff and Clients

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This article discusses some of the best practices that you can incorporate into your startup or general business to keep adequate clients and customers surrounding your business. Whether it is superior customer service, being open and honest, and/or rewarding great work, these tips can set you apart from the competition. Be sure to check out […]

Deducting Losses – Current NOL Rules Related to the CARES Act

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This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic impacted many businesses in a negative way. Despite government funding programs such as the CARES Act and PPP Loan, many businesses are going to finish the year with a negative net operating loss. However, because of these losses, “It is critical for those businesses and especially their financial […]

Main Street Loans Opening Up for Smaller Businesses

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This article discusses the most recent announcement from the Federal Reserve Board. This is significant for small businesses because the minimum loan amount went from $250,000 to $100,000 on three Main Street loan facilities. Additionally, they published a frequently asked clarification document that answers questions concerning the paycheck protection program. Be sure to check out […]

Fighting Financial Fraud

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This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic, and in particular, telecommuting, has raised a new set of problems for managers in terms of company fraud. Working from home has its benefits, but as a company owner or manager, it also has a lot of risks. Tools to fight fraud have been increasing through the years, […]

Small Business Best Practices for the Remainder of 2020

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This article discusses some of the best business practices that your business can partake in order to ensure or maintain results during this hard time. From knowing the weaknesses of your products to having a playbook and the right tools, these tips can be very useful as we continue on in 2020. Be sure to […]

Successful Employee Recruitment Strategies


This article is aimed at helping small businesses grow in the right direction through the recruitment process. Some of the best practices outlined in this link are identifying what your vacant jobs entail, advertising, and holding introductory calls. Be sure to check out this link and review all of the strategies because recruitment is a […]

Family Business Trends in a Post-COVID-19 World

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This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the national economy, and in particular, family enterprises. However, being educated on emerging trends such as the rise of small cities, an increase in digitalization, and a slowdown in globalization can help your family business get back on the right track. To view this article, click […]