Approaching the year’s closing quarter, numerous smaller firms across the state are still in need to have of COVID-19 reduction money, and just about every thirty day period there are new grant opportunities. University of Nevada, Reno Extension continues its on-line town hall and webinar series this week to guide small-organization homeowners, with Wednesday’s city hall providing info on 9 diverse smaller-business enterprise grant and loan courses. Individuals will understand about what help the packages give, the software deadlines, who qualifies, and how to apply.

“We never want our tiny-company homeowners to pass up out,” explained Buddy Borden, economic development expert with Extension’s Enterprise Improvement Application. “While it’s wonderful that help is accessible by way of different systems, possessing so a lot info continually rolling in from many resources can be too much to handle. At this city hall, we’ll support organization house owners type it all out and respond to their thoughts.”

Friday’s webinar will assistance compact-business homeowners with the bookkeeping factor of obtaining guidance money, as very well as jogging their company all round and making ready for close-of-calendar year reporting and transitions. It will protect bookkeeping concepts and application, and involve a refresher on balancing the publications, monitoring the dollars circulation, and trying to keep clean data for quick end-of-yr transitions. 

Both equally the city hall and the webinar are no cost, and there will be English-language and Spanish-language classes. The events are aspect of a sequence of town halls and webinars for little firms, “Coping With COVID-19,” that Extension has been supplying weekly given that April. Specifics on this week’s classes incorporate: 

The city corridor, “Current Tiny-Small business Grants and Loans” is Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. for English speakers, and at 2 p.m. for Spanish speakers. Panelists include:

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  • From the Small Enterprise Administration – Saul Ramos, deputy district director (9 a.m. session) and Alfredo Cedeño, outreach/advertising and marketing specialist (2 p.m. session)
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  • From Extension – Reyna Mendez and Juan Salas, company progress instructors and Mike Bindrup, study affiliate
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The webinar, “Bookkeeping Principles and Software” is Friday, Oct. 9, at 9 a.m. for English speakers, and at 11:30 a.m. for Spanish speakers. Salas will focus on:

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  • The connection in between assets, liabilities and owner’s equity
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  • Accounting concepts and the chart of accounts
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  • Useful illustrations, on the lookout at monetary statements
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  • Positive aspects and constraints of unique bookkeeping software package
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Both the city halls and the webinars usually run about an hour. To sign up:

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  • The Oct. 7, 9 a.m., English-language town corridor.
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  • The Oct. 7, 2 p.m., Spanish-language town corridor.
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  • The Oct. 9, 9 a.m., English-language webinar.
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  • The Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m., Spanish-language webinar.
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For additional information, go to the Extension Small business Development Plan web-site. There are also other sources at the web-site to help companies during the COVID-19 disaster. For extra data, email Borden.