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[ 0 ] Dec. 26, 2011

Survey Says Prosumers Do Little To Keep Smartphones Data Secure

It turns out IT departments have good reason to second guess whether or not they allow employees to bring their own devices to work.  Motorola Mobility recently surveyed 1, 000 prosumers that use their smartphone for work and personal uses to explore attitudes and habits about smartphone security. The survey found that there is a […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 19, 2011

Small Biz Supports Strong Fuel Efficiency Standards

In response to the federal government announcing its draft rule to require cars, SUVs and light-duty trucks to reach 54.5 mpg by 2025, Small Business Majority founder and CEO John Arensmeyer released the following statement: “Helping small businesses grow and put Americans back to work should be our No. 1 priority. Increasing fuel efficiency standards […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 19, 2011

Best Practices For Biz Owners Seeking Merchant Accounts

While accepting credit cards at your small business should be a simple endeavor, many merchants quickly find that identifying the best merchant processor for their specific needs is a difficult process. CheapestMerchantAccounts.com, the leader in independent merchant account reviews, has recently revealed the best practices for small business owners searching for a merchant processor. By […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 19, 2011

New Labor Law Hurts Employers, Says NFIB

In testimony before the House Committee on Small Business, a representative of the National Federation of Independent Business described the new environment employers must operate under thanks to anti-business policies from the Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). “America’s small businesses, the backbone of our economy, are facing a huge challenge […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 12, 2011

Year-End Tax Tips For Business

Year-end tax planning is essential for every business. This year is no exception. As usual, certain tax law changes may influence tax-planning strategy. Paul Thompson, EA, ABA, ATA, ARA, Chair of the National Society of Accountants (NSA) Federal Taxation Committee, offers these business tax tips: Purchase New Business Equipment – Under Internal Revenue Service (IRS) […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 12, 2011

On Deck Delivers $150+ Million To Main Street Biz

On Deck , the technology platform that connects Main Street businesses directly to capital announced it has delivered more than $150,000,000 to thousands of restaurants, retailers and other service providers nationwide. Previously, small business lending in the United States has relied primarily on the personal credit score, preventing millions of healthy Main Street businesses from […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 12, 2011

PRIVATE WiFi Announces Cafe Partnership Program

PRIVATE WiFi, a new and innovative company in the security software market, announced its cafe outreach program for local coffee shops and cafes around the New York City metro area who offer free WiFi to their customers. As most of us know, accessing the Internet is no longer confined to our home or office. The […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 5, 2011

Top 10 Ways To Succeed In An Uncertain Economy

Reznick Group’s Growth Markets Practice Offers Pragmatic Tips to Growth Oriented Companies Reznick Group’s Growth Markets Practice in Tyson’s Corner, Va., has built its reputation working with companies through challenging times, helping to analyze business opportunities and maximize tax savings. Over the years, they’ve seen patterns in what makes some businesses thrive while others struggle […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 5, 2011

5 Tips To Make Long-Distance Marriages Work

By Doug and Polly White During much of our dating and the first eight years of our marriage, we had a long-distance relationship.  That is, Doug’s work required that he be away from home several nights each week, while Polly’s work kept her in mostly in Richmond.  While the old adage states that, “absence makes […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 5, 2011

The Four Forces of Cash Flow–How Not To Stress Out Your Cash Cow

By Greg Crabtree The problem with cash flow is that it lags behind profit for most businesses. Unless your customers pay you and you pay your vendors at exactly the same moment, there will always be a time lag. If you understand the correct order of priority for cash flow, you will avoid the disconnect. […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 28, 2011

Furniture Outlet Goes Green & Passes Savings On To Clients

Recently, Woodstock Furniture Outlet transferred to a new “greener” lighting system that not only protects the environment, but also helps local Georgia businesses and consumers alike. After Brian Aaron, whose family owns Woodstock Furniture Outlet, met with the Intelligent Energy Optimizers’ President & CEO, Nadav Sivan, it became an obvious decision for Woodstock to switch […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 28, 2011

Seedco’s 5 Recommendations To Spur Small Biz Job Creation

Small-business hiring can help solve our big unemployment problem. Seedco – a leading national workforce and economic development nonprofit –  released a policy brief outlining five ways that policy makers can jump start small-business job creation. Small businesses represent a singular opportunity in this troubled economy.  Policy makers should recognize the crucial role small businesses […]

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