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A natural disaster can strike anywhere at anytime. Unfortunately, many business owners are not prepared when a natural disaster affects them. Luis Yepéz, a business owner in Massachusetts, knows all too well the dangers of natural disasters and the importance ...
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Read More About Before Disaster Strikes: A Small Business Owner's Story

SBA’s small business programs range from guaranteed loans to disaster assistance and procurement programs.  But how can you know if your business qualifies for SBA assistance?  After all, what makes a small business “small” and a large ...
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Read More About SBA Size Standards, Pt. 1 – A Quick Guide by Industry

Do you operate a seasonal business? If your revenue peaks and declines depending on the time of year, or you only operate your business during a certain season—then you can be considered a seasonal a business owner. If this is you, then you know that ...
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Read More About Six Ways to Manage Cash Flow as a Seasonal Business Owner

Expanding your business into the federal marketplace can be lucrative, and provide numerous networking and growth opportunities. But be warned: Winning a federal contract also means complying with laws and regulations unique to those doing business with the ...
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Read More About Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)

Businesses move all the time.  If a move is in the cards for your business, what should you do? Maybe you’re expanding and are out of capacity at your current location, or maybe a move is for personal reasons. Maybe you want relocate to a state that is ...
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Read More About The Legal Steps Involved in Moving Your Business to a New State – FAQs Answered

At any age, starting a new business can be an exciting and fulfilling venture. Deciding to start a business after you've already completed a long career takes additional considerations that don't necessarily apply to young professionals. Before making that ...
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Read More About Business Advice for Retirees