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Small businesses face tax headaches on top of pandemic woes 

NEW YORK (AP) – Small businesses that have been buffeted by the pandemic, inflation and shipping woes have another challenge to add to their...

American Banking Association CEO to speak at North Kingstown Chamber event

NORTH KINGSTOWN – A major finance leader with international influence will share his insights on the banking industry with local companies at the North...
THE RHODE ISLAND HOME SHOW, after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will return to the R.I. Convention Center on April 7-10. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOME SHOW

R.I. Home Show returns after 3-year hiatus

PROVIDENCE – After an extended pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of Rhode Island’s longest-running conventions will once again feel like home in...

New year brings new state tax rules

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation recently issued an announcement summarizing the tax changes that took effect at the start of 2022. Many apply...

What to do with a windfall? $1B in ARPA money may...

After years of grappling with gaping budget deficits, state legislators are facing a problem in the 2022 General Assembly session unlike any they’ve seen...

Survey: PPP loans boost small-business satisfaction with banks

PROVIDENCE – Small businesses are happier than ever with their banks, thanks in part to how their local lenders helped them with the U.S....
WORKING TOGETHER: Panelists discuss the ways government and businesses in Rhode Island can work hand in hand to increase access to funds and develop a larger talent pool for various industries during a virtual conversation moderated by PBN Editor Michael Mello, center, and Mark S. Murphy, top left. Clockwise from the top middle are: Eric M. Shorr, Michael E. McKelvy, Edward O. “Ned” Handy III, Marcela Betancur, Chris Parisi and Betty Robson.

Call to arms for government, businesses

On the occasion of Providence Business News’ 35th anniversary, six business and community leaders joined in a virtual discussion on Rhode Island’s economy –...
DISHING OUT MEALS: Douglas Spikes, kitchen manager, and volunteer Kathy Block prepare meals for guests at social services nonprofit Amos House in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

For many groups, hardships evolving, not subsiding

Social services nonprofit Amos House in Providence has been inundated since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in March 2020, and it doesn’t appear that...

R.I. Division of Taxation issues new form for PPP loan taxes

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation recently released a new form for Paycheck Protection Program borrowers to report taxable loans, according to a...
EXPANDED OFFERINGS: John Nunes Jr., owner of Newport Vineyards and Winery LLC in Middletown, said the business has fared much better in weathering the COVID-19 pandemic than it did the 2008 financial crisis due to its diversification into “agritainment,” offering customers a full experience of wining, dining and touring the 100-acre farm beyond just selling bottled wine. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

PBN survey: Rebound under way, but repercussions from pandemic not making...

Rhode Island businesses are climbing out of the crater caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but many are finding that the lingering fallout is dampening...

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