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How do small business employers go about attracting and retaining talent when their benefit packages fall short of employee expectations and needs?

This is where voluntary benefits can help. Let’s explore what voluntary benefits are and how they work: Read More
Did you know the IRS penalizes one out of every three businesses for payroll errors? That’s an average of $845 in penalties per business owner, per year?

Getting payroll right can be a big headache for small business owners, yet traditional payroll services are often designed with larg Read More
One of the three essential financial statements for your small business – a profit and loss (P&L) statement – is useful for analytical purposes, but it can also tell any possible investors whether you have a strong, viable operation.

Here are five things you can do to bulletproof your Read More
Many small businesses use Excel to manage their small business accounting, and it does many things very well, particularly if you’re a one man band.
But as your business and customer base grows, Excel’s limitations start to emerge.

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Did you know that nearly a quarter of all new U.S. entrepreneurs come from the 20-34 age group? So, what better way to celebrate National Entrepreneurship Week (Feb 21-28) than to showcase all the great resources that help pave the way for the next generation of entrepreneurs, small business owners Read More
The construction business is booming once more. If you’re interested in making the move into the construction, now is the time. Here are eight considerations and resources that can help you get started. Read More
It’s here again, it’s time to start thinking about tax season again. While most of us can’t wait to get this chore over with and hopefully pocket a decent refund, it may benefit your business to step back in time and revisit last year’s return.

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Home businesses are a booming! In fact, 52 percent of all small businesses are home-based. But what types of businesses thrive in the home environment? Here are six ideas to explore (plus some tips on getting started). Read More
One of the key requirements for most new businesses (or businesses that are restructuring) is obtaining an Employer Identification Number, or EIN, from the IRS. Here’s what you need to know about EINs and how to go about getting one for your business. Read More
If you’re looking to start or grow your business, unless you’re fortunate enough to have a reserve of savings or a benevolent angel investor, then you’re going to need a business loan. Unfortunately, the chances of actually getting a business loan is a low 27 percent. However, there are several alt Read More

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