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Employers Can Help Expectant Moms

posted by Katrina Robinson on Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0) | Permalink

As her employer, you can let her know that there are resources available to help pregnant women pay for their babies.

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VoIP Dialing up More Small Business

posted by Katrina Robinson on Sep 28, 2014 | Comments (0) | Permalink

When subscribing to a hosted VoIP network, the small business receives all of the benefits of VoIP technology, without any of the burdens of owning, maintaining or updating the system.

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Is That Employee Properly Educated?

posted by Katrina Robinson on Sep 27, 2014 | Comments (0) | Permalink

Secondary education is now an absolute must for prospective employees who want to get the best jobs – or is it?

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Mean Business When it Comes to Using Big Data

posted by Katrina Robinson on Sep 26, 2014 | Comments (0) | Permalink

The most obvious reason to get involved with big data is to help your company grow.

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Get Your Small Business Driving Forward

posted by Katrina Robinson on Sep 25, 2014 | Comments (0) | Permalink

For some running small companies, a typical day means never leaving the office. Others, however, are likely to find themselves or their employees hitting the road to meet with clients, be it for sales meetings or fulfilling deliveries.

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How are C Corporations Taxed by the IRS?

posted by Bert Seither on Sep 15, 2014 | Comments (18) | Permalink

The IRS treats C corporations are separate business entities, meaning they are taxed at the corporate level rather than passing through to the personal tax requirements of a business owner, such as in an LLC or sole proprietorship.

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Bonded Titles for Your Small Business

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 29, 2014 | Comments (23) | Permalink

For many small businesses, vehicles are a necessity in order to make deliveries and/or meet with clients.

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The Business of Choosing the Right Health Insurance

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 20, 2014 | Comments (68) | Permalink

If you’re a sole proprietor, the fate of your business rises or falls based on your ability to keep it operating profitably.

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How a Certificate Helps Your Small Business

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 19, 2014 | Comments (23) | Permalink

In many areas, a certificate can open doors and provide the education you need to further your business. In fact, in many industries such as IT, it is the preferred option.

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Nothing Small Regarding Big Data

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 17, 2014 | Comments (34) | Permalink

Even though you run a small business, utilizing big data can have big advantages for your company when all is said and done.

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Move Forward with Mobile Marketing

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 15, 2014 | Comments (119) | Permalink

By deploying mobile marketing in your business efforts, you can open up your company to many more eyes and ears.

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Increase Revenue with the Right App

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 12, 2014 | Comments (37) | Permalink

Using a business app is a great way to stay in touch with the needs of customers in today’s world.

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4 Ways to Reduce Your IRS Tax Bill as a Small Business Owner

posted by Bert Seither on Aug 11, 2014 | Comments (8) | Permalink

1800Accountant offers up 4 different ways small business owners can reduce their IRS taxes each year and how much they pay Uncle Sam, enabling them to keep more of the hard-earned income their companies generate.

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The Business of Helping a Pregnant Employee

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 9, 2014 | Comments (18) | Permalink

While small business owners oftentimes like to stay out of the lives of their workers, sometimes lending advice and assistance can be beneficial.

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Are You Tuned Into Retirement One Day?

posted by Katrina Robinson on Aug 8, 2014 | Comments (2) | Permalink

While running a small business requires a focus on now, never overlook your retirement down the road.

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Nathan Latka - Founder and CEO of Heyo.com

posted by David Wolf on Jul 31, 2014 | Comments (152) | Permalink

Founder and CEO Nathan Latka joins us to share Heyo.com. The platform helps small businesses acquire more qualified leads and increase sales.

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Bond with the Right Dealers When Building Your Fleet

posted by Katrina Robinson on Jul 30, 2014 | Comments (21) | Permalink

As a small business owner, you may need to purchase cars and/or trucks for your company to make deliveries, visit with customers etc. In doing so, make sure you shop around for the best deals.

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Is Your Home Office Best for Business?

posted by Katrina Robinson on Jul 29, 2014 | Comments (18) | Permalink

Operating a small business from home can be rewarding and financially successful, but of course it takes organization and devotion.

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What Are Your Employees Worth to You?

posted by Katrina Robinson on Jul 22, 2014 | Comments (108) | Permalink

In a day and age when many employees jump from job to job, having a strong health insurance package as part of your small business can keep workers longer.

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Is Your Small Business Fit to Serve?

posted by Katrina Robinson on Jul 20, 2014 | Comments (80) | Permalink

Starting a small business in the physical fitness industry industry can be very rewarding, especially when it comes to making individuals healthier by the day.

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