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The Client Profiles We Don’t Write: The Business Issues That No One Wants to Talk About…

Back from the KCARD vault!

Every month, KCARD profiles a different business that has used KCARD’s services.  However, you will never see the names of many businesses that we help in a KCARD newsletter. That’s because the problems that they are facing are not ones that they want to talk about publicly.


This month, we are going to talk about some of those problems and give an idea of how we can help, without naming the businesses.  More often than not, other businesses are out there with the same problems.


Give the Gift of Local

You never have to look far for a great gift during the holiday season! This December, the Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development is showcasing products of producers and agribusinesses on Facebook and Twitter.


Beginning December 4th through December 22nd, we will post a gift idea each day on our Facebook page and Twitter feed. Each post will contain information about the product and links to either the vendor’s Facebook Page or website.


Does Your Small Business Need a Tax Break? Consider the Kentucky Small Business Tax Credit Program

Kentucky businesses that have 50 or less full-time employees are eligible to apply for the Kentucky Small Business Tax Credit (KSBTC) program, which provides a tax credit between $3,500 and $25,000 per year. The credit is based on whether the business has hired new people or has invested in equipment.  Businesses can be awarded a tax credit of up to $3,500 per new staff position created or up to the value of the equipment in which they invested. 


For a small business to be eligible for this tax credit, they must have done all the following:

Tips for Building Your Online Sales

Are you currently selling your products online? Do you want to start selling products online? Online sales offer an opportunity for your customers to shop whenever and wherever they want.  Below are some tips for selling online.


Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Awarded Funding for 2018 and 2019 to Assist Farmers and Agribusinesses in Kentucky

The Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (KCARD) recently received $900,000 in funds from the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Cooperative Development Grant (RCDG) to continue its work in 2018 and 2019.


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