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Could working from home impose new state tax liabilities? (access required)

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The flurry of stay-at-home orders imposed recently by most state governors could create a tax problem, but it isn’t clear how much of an issue it could be in Idaho. The problem is “nexus.” When a company has a “nexus” ...

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CARES Act loans coming through for Idaho small businesses

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Henry Yun, owner of Green Leaf Cleaners, an eco-friendly dry cleaner in Eagle, was relieved when his loan from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act program came through this week. “The survival of my business was completely ...

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Idaho financial institutions deal with COVID-19 coronavirus (access required)

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In response to COVID-19, a number of banks and credit unions are taking steps to protect their customers and employees, including converting to drive-thru only, limiting hours and closing some branches. “We are hearing from both credit unions and banks ...

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Fund teaches entrepreneurs about funding strategies (access required)

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A Boise investment fund is telling startups how to fail, in hopes that they will succeed. Sage Growth Capital, a revenue-based fund paid back from revenues of the companies it invests in, held a seminar, Funding Fails, at Trailhead on ...

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Cleantech impact investment fund to launch in Idaho (access required)

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A new investment fund focusing on life sciences, health and clean technology is preparing to launch in the Pacific Northwest, including Idaho. The VectorPoint Ventures Impact Fund is intended as a regionally focused purpose-driven impact investment fund to attract more ...

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