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It’s Crunchtime in Springfield for Small Business

It’s Crunchtime in Springfield for Small Business Please check out SBAC’s co-founder and President Elliot Richardson’s full article in the Daily Herald Business Ledger. click here for the full article Navigate Action Calls Advocacy Events Information Lawyers Corner Member Benefits Member Relations Premier Advocates SBAC News Small Business Package Uncategorized Archives Archives Select Month October…

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Big Win for Chicago Home Based Businesses

Big Win for Chicago Home Based Businesses Big Win for Chicago Home Based Businesses “This is a crucial time to support entrepreneurs with the dream of launching and growing their businesses in Chicago. This ordinance will unleash Chicagoans looking to build a business that will support local communities,” said SBAC co-founder and President Elliot Richardson.…

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The SBAC is Fighting to Help the Small Business Community Recover from the Pandemic and Thrive

The SBAC is Fighting to Help the Small Business Community Recover from the Pandemic and Thrive ADVOCACY The SBAC is fighting to help the small business community recover from the pandemic and thrive.  Learn about our legislative agenda here:   SBAC – Legislative Agenda Navigate Action Calls Advocacy Events Information Lawyers Corner Member Benefits Member…

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ACTION CALL: Big Legislation for Small Businesses

ACTION CALL: Big Legislation for Small Businesses Big Legislation for Small Businesses President Biden has signed The American Rescue Plan Act (H.R. 1319) into law.  Accordingly, the State of Illinois is expected to receive over 7.5 billion in funds to foster recovery from the pandemic. A robust coalition of small business advocates are urging lawmakers…

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The SBAC Supports Relief For Chicago Small Businesses Through Reimbursement of Liquor License Fees

The SBAC Supports Relief For Chicago Small Businesses Through Reimbursement of Liquor License Fees The SBAC supports a proposed Chicago ordinance which will reimburse small businesses a portion of the liquor license fees they paid because they could not use their license during pandemic related shutdowns.  This ordinance will help many local businesses recover from…

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