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How you can buy local during COVID-19

Food and groceries feel more important than ever during the COVID-19 situation. In response, Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture Kate Greenberg reminds every Colorado resident how local food is adding extra value to our lives and, of course, to the grocery shelves.

BKD creates COVID-19 Tax and Accounting Resource Center

As Individuals, business owners and corporations seek ways to mitigate the inevitable economic effects of the global coronavirus pandemic, BKD CPAs & Advisors created a coronavirus (COVID-19) tax and acccounting resource center to disseminate important information.

Will COVID-19 affect your co-parenting plan?

Are you concerned about the effect that COVID-19 has on your parenting plan? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. We have been flooded with questions about the logistics of following parenting plans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How businesses can access capital during the COVID-19 Crisis

The current economic climate is unsettling for many businesses. Startups and small businesses are the first to feel the brunt of economic downturns. How do you find resources to cover payroll, rent, and other operational costs? We’ve compiled public and private resources to help.

The latest coronavirus updates and how they're affecting Colorado businesses

With daily changes to policies, regulations and lifestyle, ColoradoBiz is dedicated to bringing you the latest news affecting employers and employees. Today, what businesses must do for employee paid leave rights under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

How to navigate office leases during COVID-19

As food and beverage and retail companies adjust to new methods of delivering their services and products to consumers, office tenants are experiencing a huge shift towards working from home for their employees.

How to maintain business communication, connection in the wake of coronavirus

While we are at home scrambling to figure out what normal looks like right now for our businesses, taking care of ourselves and trying to keep our children occupied, we need to assess our virtual communication strategies. Here are some quick ideas on how to pivot your existing marketing plan with smart messaging that will benefit your business and your clients.

The real estate risk no one is talking about

The explosive growth in nightly rentals has exposed (no pun intended) millions of property owners to a new risk due to the virus fallout. What impact will rental owners see in the coming months?

6 questions with bankruptcy lawyer Kevin Neiman on COVID-19 preparations

Neiman answers questions on the short- and long-term economic impacts of coronavirus on the state; how businesses can protect themselves from bankruptcy; and the options available to Colorado companies to protect their long-term profit.

7 Ways to manage your stress right now

The need to control our stress in response to this crisis is critical, because too much stress not only ruins our happiness and decreases our ability to make good decisions but also weakens our immune system; and right now we all need to stay physically healthy and keep clean heads.

Will hiring slow down in 2020?

Hiring will speed up or slow down within an organization based on their strategic plans for the year, not solely because of a virus. Here’s what you can do to stay proactive with your hiring, even when the pickings are slim.

Will coronavirus kill my business?

During the current surreal situation, business leaders are seeking guidance. Todd Ordal, a CEO coach, poses several questions for CEOs to consider while leading through the crisis based one his conversations with clients and board members.
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