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How do you make coupons work for your business without underselling your value and compromising your bottom line? Here are some considerations and tips for determining whether “couponing” is right for your business and how to market your discounts and special offers correctly. Read More
Are you a parent with entrepreneurial aspirations? Then you may just be the next “Mompreneur” or “Dadpreneur”!

Contrary to what many people think, parents make great entrepreneurs.

Here are some tips and ideas for finding and starting the business of your dreams while managing the conflict Read More
No longer regarded as a temporary back-fill for open staffing positions or one-off projects, outsourcing to freelancers and consultants has now become a regular practice among small and large businesses alike. Here are some tips to help you find, hire, and manage freelancers and consultants. Read More
Whether it’s downloading and sharing company confidential information, manipulating expense reports, or stealing merchandise – employee theft and fraud is a serious issue for business owners. In fact, studies show that occupational fraud now results in the loss of five percent of an organization’s Read More
Today the SBA unveiled its new website. But what’s new? Well, quite literally everything, - a new look, new content, new navigation, and robust personalization features. The site has undergone a dramatic transformation, from soup to nuts, making a progressive leap in the way federal agencies use We Read More
For most business owners, 2010 is over – at least mentally, if not actually – and if you haven’t started planning for 2011, now is the time to do so.

Here are some quick tips to help guide you through the process. Read More
Do deadlines rule your life? Is time your worst enemy? Feeling burned-out? For business owners and entrepreneurs in particular, the sense of urgency to get as much accomplished in as little time as possible can become all consuming.

Here are six tips that can help you fight business burn out a Read More
Change isn’t always a bad thing, but with employees putting in more hours and taking on more responsibilities, change can quickly become an ever-tightening noose around the neck of your business – unless it’s properly managed. That’s why unstable times require honest and true leadership.
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Whether you employ two people or 100, getting ahead of your obligations and your arms around tax law changes is good business management.

In this first tax preparation post, we discuss some of the steps you can take now to prepare for wage reporting season and some tools that make it Read More
To the outside world your website is the equivalent of your storefront, and your customers expect it to be eye-catching, well-maintained, and always offering something new. However, when you’re on the inside and are caught up in the day-to-day operations of your business, finding the time to focus Read More

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