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Daily Herald Business Ledger Articles with SBAC President Elliot Richardson

Daily Herald Business Ledger Articles with SBAC President Elliot Richardson Check out all of SBAC President Elliot Richardson’s Daily Herald Business Ledger articles below 2022 2021 2020 2022 January 9, 2022 Will politicians answer the call of the small business community? 2021 December 16, 2021 Politicians must focus on reducing property taxes in 2022 November…

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CDC Shortens Quarantine Period and OSHA Updates Guidance on the ETS

CDC Shortens Quarantine Period and OSHA Updates Guidance on the ETS The last two weeks have provided a rollercoaster ride for employers as they grapple with the resurrection of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, updated guidance from OSHA on the testing protocols…

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2021 SBAC Small Business Pitch Throwdown Photos

2021 SBAC Small Business Pitch Throwdown Photos Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2021 SBAC Small Business Pitch Throwdown on December 2nd at Workbox! We had a blast watching the finalists pitch their business with a hearty CONGRATULATIONS to this year’s winner, Mycocycle!! Special thank you to Kristi Ross for being such an…

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Taking Advantage of Your Membership

Taking Advantage of Your Membership The SBAC is a member-driven organization, and we want to make sure you are getting the most out of your membership with us. There are many ways for you to get involved and maximize your membership investment. Some benefits you may already know about such as our networking calls or…

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Policymakers must focus on reducing property taxes in 2022

Policymakers must focus on reducing property taxes in 2022 Property taxes are a huge burden on Illinois residents and small businesses. Politicians on both sides of the aisle understand they are oppressive and drive people out of Illinois. Politicians throughout the state, and all levels of government, acknowledge that solutions must be put forth and…

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