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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

So, you filed your small business tax return and are breathing a sigh of relief that tax season is finally over – only to find that the IRS has just dropped a letter in your mailbox. While some tax mistakes can carry serious penalties and result in an audit, ...
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Read More About How to Identify and Correct Common Mistakes on Your Small Business Tax Return

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