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When Are You Considered "Self-Employed"? You're generally classified as self-employed if you are in business for yourself, carry on a trade or business as a sole proprietor or independent contractor, or own a part-time business in addition to your ...
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Read More About How to Become (And Stay) Self-Employed, According to the Law

Just filed your taxes and wished you’d had the help of an accountant? Unhappy with your current accountant? Here are some tips for finding and choosing an accountant you can trust with your small business numbers and rely on for solid financial advice ...
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Read More About How to Find an Accountant Who Can Help Your Small Business over the Long Haul

For many small business owners considering how to organize their company, becoming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a great choice, thanks to the liability protection and pass-through tax status they afford. Each state has specific guidelines for forming an ...
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Read More About Forming an LLC – Key Documents You’ll Need to File and Create

Software is now officially approaching its 60th birthday – did you know that?  Software got its start in the 1950s.  And computers have had a place in the small business workplace for decades, especially starting in the1980s with the advent of Apple ...
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Read More About 4 Ways Technology Helps You Run Your Business

By Cecelia Taylor Do you want to be your own boss, but are you not willing to take on the risk of starting your own business from scratch? Then franchising can be a great alternative if you are an entrepreneur with limited business experience or resources, and you ...
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Read More About Franchising Basics - What You Need to Know

Back in 2010, SBA guest blogger Susan Solovic shared some statistics about the self-perpetuating challenges that female business owners have when it comes to growing their businesses and accessing capital: Less than three percent of women-owned businesses ...
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Read More About Women Business Owners – How to Expand Your Sources of Capital and Get Outside Financing