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If the new year could mean new hires for your small business, there’s a lot to think about. Here’s some insight to consider from experts interviewed for SBA’s Learning Center Series, “Strategies for Growth.” They’ve shared some ...
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According to The Senior Source, in 2005, 15 percent of working people expect to start their own businesses when they retire.  However, given the continued impact of the economic crisis on 401(k) plans and a growing desire to stay career-active into retirement, ...
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Read More About Starting a Business Later in Life? Financing Options for Retirees and Seniors

Employee Handbooks The company employee handbook is one of the most important communication tools between your company and your employees. Not only does it set forth your expectations for your employees, but it also describes what they can expect from the company. ...
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If you run a business with a physical storefront, collecting sales tax is straightforward. You charge your customers the sales tax required by the jurisdiction where your business is located. For example, if you operate a retail store in Nashville, Tenn., you ...
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Read More About Collecting Sales Tax Over the Internet

Disaster can strike at any time, and even the most prepared businesses and business owners can be adversely impacted. If your business has been impacted by a disaster, the SBA can help by providing disaster assistance.  Disaster assistance is money provided to ...
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Tips for Wise Decision-Making As you manage your business, you will be faced with important decisions that may impact the future of your company. This may seem stressful, but keep these tips in mind and you'll find yourself making wiser decisions in no ...
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