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[ 0 ] Feb. 3, 2014

Measuring Your Social Media Impact

By Sean Makulowich Social Media Manager at RapidAdvance Social media is an effective marketing tool that allows businesses to build relationships with their target audience and promote products, services, and content to people they know are already – at least to some extent – interested in what they have to offer. However, just like any […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

How To Hire The Right Accounting Professional

By Gary N. Cooper, CPA  Building a solid foundation for your business accounting system is a primary key to success, but as a small business owner you have more important things to do than to keep your own books.  If you’ve decided the financial health of your business can benefit from up-to-date accounting, regular financial […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

Five Tips To Your Small Business Tax Management Solutions

  By Jonathan Barsade                         When you’re running a small business, it’s important to keep your focus on satisfying customers and generating profits. Administrative tasks like tax management, while certainly a necessary part of doing business, are time consuming, especially when done manually. That is why it is important to automate and outsource as many of […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

How to Launch a Public Relations Campaign

There are lots of moving parts when it comes to starting and running a small business. It’s a feat that not many are willing to take on and the brave entrepreneurs that do often have to wear numerous hats. One key element that often gets overlooked or dismissed is Public Relations. Most business owners either […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 20, 2014

Five Qualities of Great Leadership

By Barry Banther Leadership isn’t just something you do, it’s someone you become. But that requires a personal transformation, not just a personal agenda. Roger hadn’t learned that lesson. During an interview for a new leadership position, the hiring manager asked why he switched jobs, and sometimes companies, every 3-5 years. Roger blamed the employees […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 20, 2014

Is Your Business At Risk For Fraud?

  By Chuck Gallagher At first when his wife said that Sargent Willis was on the phone and had some questions, Reverend Bobby thought he might have run a red light and was caught by a traffic cam. Sadly, the actual problem was much graver. The police officer began to question him about Sue Hardy, […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 20, 2014

Five Ways To Put A Value On Your Small Business

By Bill McBean Author of The Facts of Business Life: What Every Successful Business Owner Knows that You Don’t What is my small business worth? It’s a question I’ve asked myself hundreds of times over my 40-year long ownership career. And valuing your business, as an exercise, is a great thing to do from time to […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 13, 2014

Five Tips To Help You Manage Employee Rivalry

By Barbara Jaurequi Child Psychiatrist David Levy introduced the term “sibling rivalry” in 1941. Self-explanatory in its terminology, the concept of sibling rivalry is easy to grasp. The mechanism of employee rivalry works essentially the same way, with the employees in a competitive relationship, striving for greater approval from their employer or manager. Many managers, […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 13, 2014

Six Small Business Tech Trends To Watch This Year

  By Terry Connell, SVP, Comcast Business According to a recent report by Bank of America, small businesses are bullish on 2014 and expect to hire new employees to keep up with increases in sales. Coming in the face of uncertainty and challenges tied to the Affordable Care Act, this is great news for our […]

[ 1 ] Jan. 13, 2014

Five Points To Consider About Electronic Bill Paying

By Bill Price, CFO, MineralTree Are you still paying bills the old fashioned way by writing checks and sifting through mounds of paperwork?  Do you realize this method actually increases your financial vulnerability to fraud, cyber-attacks and identity theft? Did you know, unlike individual bank accounts, your business bank account is not protected by FDIC […]

[ 1 ] Jan. 6, 2014

7 Surefire Tips For Women Inventors

Women inventors need help and direction on their ideas. According to the National Women Business Council, women are slowly increasing their patent applications. Since 1990, the number of patents from women have doubled but there are thousands of prototypes on the shelves at home and ideas stuck, scribbled on napkins because women don’t know where […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 6, 2014

Does Your Business Need A Retirement Plan?

By William H. Black, Jr. The question I’m frequently asked is “Do I really need to consider a retirement plan for my business?” The answer is typically “Yes”. The question arises, generally, because the owner of the business or professional practice does not want to add unnecessary overhead or increase costly unnecessary and unappreciated benefits. […]

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