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Do you engage in public relations to market your business? Public relations, or PR, isn’t just for large companies or something for times of crisis. A well-planned public relations strategy can reap the following benefits: It can extend word of mouth ...
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Mobile technology has enabled us to run our businesses on the fly. It has also helped us to simplify some of the tasks involved in operations, not the least of which is taxes. Here are three ways you can use mobile technology to simplify tax-required recordkeeping, ...
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Written by Caron Beesley Flooding is the number one natural hazard in the U.S. It doesn’t matter where your business is located, it can still be at risk from hurricanes, flash floods, blocked storm sewers, snow melt, and so on, and unfortunately the ...
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  As a small business owner, you’re frequently adjusting to changing circumstances, new business conditions, and unforeseeable challenges. Being able to consult with a mentor -- someone who knows what you’re going through – can be invaluable. ...
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Did you know that an astonishing 52 percent of small businesses are home-based? That’s according to the SBA’s Office of Advocacy. Running a home-based business must have numerous advantages for many business models, and for businesses of different ages. ...
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By: Tiffani S. Clements   References on this page to the System for Award Management (SAM) will go into effect on July 29, 2012 until then please continue to use the Central Contractor Registration (CCR), and the Online Representations and Certifications ...
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