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What You Need To Know About Business In 2021.

Ross Perkal, Special Counsel at L4SB has spent the majority of 2020 working in self quarantine. He has some specific thoughts on how the challenges of 2020 can make for a better 2021. As 2020 ends and 2021 looms on the horizon, most of us are sharing some level of apprehension.  2020 taught us to […]

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COVID-19 Public Health Orders: What they mean for your business

UPDATE: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered a two-week shelter-in-place to begin Monday, November 16, 2020. During that time, all non-essential businesses have been ordered to close, other businesses have been ordered to reduce capacity, and restaurants have been restricted to take-out and curbside service only. Click here to view the November 13, 2020 Public […]

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Listen To The COVID-19 Small Business Resiliency Workshop- Now!

Small Business Resiliency Virtual Workshop was held October 27, 2020 On October 27th, the New Mexico Tourism Department partnered with New Mexico’s Small Business Development Center Network and Law 4 Small Business to host a FREE virtual workshop designed to assist New Mexico’s small tourism businesses in forecasting the most beneficial outcome for their business and related assets in response to […]

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Office Space Post COVID-19

Office space was already evolving prior to the pandemic of 2020. Now its set to change again in ways no one could have predicted less than a year ago. Office space was changing pre- COVID 19.  Cubicles had given way to wall-less open spaces and communal work areas.  Now, the inspired “collaborative” office layout that […]

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Why Subchapter 5 Bankruptcy Might Be Key In Small Businesses Surviving COVID-19

The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) was signed into law in August 2019.  The new law was set to shore up the hole that had been created back in 2005 when the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was unveiled.  The 2005 act significantly increased reporting requirements under Chapter 11 which left many business […]

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Considering Bankruptcy For Your Business?

Get your questions answered from a Bankruptcy Attorney. Nothing can be more frightening or intimidating than realizing bankruptcy might be a real necessity for your business. While the notion of bankruptcy may be that of financial failure, in many instances it can be a valuable tool to getting businesses back on track. We asked Stephanie […]

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PIN/Debit Card Network Vs. Credit Card Interchange Network

Which network is best for small businesses? There are lots of stories and myths out there as to the most cost efficient way for business owners to run credit and debit cards. In recent days, the notion of cost savings on merchant transactions has become even more important as small business owners are now facing […]

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What Are The Options To Laying Off Employees During COVID?

There are resources available. The key is knowing where to look. As a business owner, you may have heard about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, which are low-interest loans awarded by the Small Business Administration (SBA) to help cover payroll and some other operational costs. Assuming the loan proceeds are spent properly and other […]

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Tax deadlines and COVID-19: Why delaying payments isn’t always a great idea

As we enter the sixth month of COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns, a few things have become pretty clear: the economy is struggling, and so are taxpayers. Realizing that people — and, especially, small business owners — would need to stretch their money and make it last for some undetermined length of time, legislators across the […]

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