Use these strategies to help ensure your business is prepared for everyday challenges and opportunities as well as larger market disruptions.
Harlem Children's Zone talks how they use Prepaid Expense Cards to provide student stipends for meeting goals and cut down on fraud, risk and saved time.
Ability KC, a nonprofit that serves persons with disabilities, discusses how PPP funds and Commerce helped them continue to serve amid the pandemic.
Synergy Services, a nonprofit that provides shelter and other services, discusses how PPP funds helped keep their doors open during the pandemic.
The new leasing standard requires significant new financial statement disclosures. To be prepared for its 2021 start date, private companies and nonprofits should begin putting the appropriate processes and controls in place.
KC Pet Project, the Kansas City nonprofit that cares for more than 10,000 stray animals each year uses PPP to bring back furloughed workers and cover payroll.
Tri-County Mental Health Services discusses how they used PPP funds to provide online counseling to those in need during the pandemic.
Learn how the Denver Zoo used funds from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to bring back staff and keep animals fed and healthy.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City has worked with Commerce Bank since 1996. Learn why they continue to bank with Commerce.
The publicity surrounding the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2018 came with an uncertainty as to how its effects would be felt by not-for-profits.