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[ 0 ] Sep. 24, 2013

Your Business and the Affordable Care Act

As a business owner, it’s important to understand how the Affordable Care Act may affect your business. However, with so many misconceptions about how the Affordable Care Act works, this can be difficult. Fact: If your company is covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, you must provide a written notice to your employees about […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 24, 2013

TAC SHIELD Black Tactical Nylon Products Are Made in the U.S.A.

Military Products Inc, is proud to introduce their TAC SHIELD brand of American made black nylon products to the Law Enforcement community. After years of support for our Warfighters in battlefields across the world, TAC SHIELD is now offering their PROVEN GEAR to Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement teams in Black 1000D Nylon. TAC […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

U.S. JOBS Act Title II Enacted at Midnight Expected To Ease Funding Challenges for Small Businesses

PeoplesVC, Inc. announced what it believes to be the first offering of securities under a new offering exemption under the JOBS Act Title II. The new Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, enacted at midnight, are expected to make it easier for entrepreneurs to raise capital by reaching a larger audience of accredited investors using […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

Money: Assessing Your Liquidity

Liquidity refers to how easily you can convert an asset to cash. For example, land is difficult to convert quickly, so it is considered highly illiquid. Finding the right buyer could take time. Commons stocks on the other hand are highly liquid because you can sell them right away on the open market.

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

Ten Simple Things a Company Can Do NOW to Boost Customer Service

By Peter Shankman, Principal, Shankman|Honig Hands down, the most overlooked part of running any small business is customer service. Small businesses spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on marketing, trying to convince people they’re the best, yet if they simply improve their customer service by a fraction, the customers will do it for them! Behold, […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

To Develop Skills, Small Biz Owners Turn To Each Other, The Web

By Danny Groner, Skillfeed All small business owners know that if they don’t pay attention to what the competition is doing they will get beat. But another area to consider is how they themselves are investing in their skills to stay fresh, polished, and engaged. Building up your brand and becoming known as a leader […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

Self-Employed? What You Need To Know About January 2014 Health Care Laws

Under the Affordable Care Act, the government, insurers, employers, and individuals share in the responsibility to improve the availability, quality, and affordability of health insurance coverage.  The individual shared responsibility provision is a key part of helping to deliver the law’s consumer protections at an affordable cost. It makes these protections possible by ensuring that […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

Hispanic Business Ownership Doubles During Past Decade

Geoscape, a leading provider of business intelligence technology, data and analytics, announced the results of a new study on Hispanic business ownership, entrepreneurship along with their wealth and philanthropy. The study reveals that Hispanic businesses are a fast-growing and critical part of the U.S. economy. During the last decade, the number of Hispanic-owned businesses doubled, […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 23, 2013

Networking: Meet A New Contact Every Week

Try to get out and meet a new contact every week that could potentially help you take your small business to the next level. It could be a buyer, a supplier, a future partner or angel investor, your banker, a potential mentor or a contact for your website or upcoming endeavor. Meeting with just one […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 21, 2013

Startup Saturday: 15 Point Checklist For Your Small Business Startup

Here is a 15 point checklist for your small business startup: 1. Pick something you will love to do and work on every day. 2. Choose a company name. 3. File a trademark–easy to do with help from nolo.com or legalzoom.com. 4. Decide on your company’s legal structure. 5. File for incorporated status is this […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 20, 2013

How To Get A Website Makeover For Free!

SBOMAG.com and 1&1 Internet Celebrate Banner Anniversaries With Website Makeover Offer Small Business Opportunities magazine, celebrating 25 years of publishing moneymaking ideas for entrepreneurs, and leading web hosting company 1&1 Internet, proud to announce their 10th anniversary in the U.S, is offering a free website makeover! In today’s business world, a professional website can be […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 20, 2013

5 Tips To Planning Your Big Event

If you are planning a big event–an anniversary, a grand opening, a special sale celebration or an announcement about your small business–consider these five key tips to make it a success: 1. Check calendars online and in your industry to make sure there are no competitive events scheduled for the same day or night. 2. […]

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