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Keep Your Small Business Financially Sound

Keep Your Small Business Financially Sound

Is Your Small Business Financially Sound? If you are a small business, you most certainly did not go into business JUST for the money. You turned your passion into a business. You took doing what you love to the next level. However, you and I both know a business cannot be sustained without adequate revenue. So we’re going to explore some ideas surrounding your business and how to stay on top financially. A study done by Bank of … Read entire article »

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What Your Small Business is Saying Online

What Your Small Business is Saying Online

What is your Small Business saying online? You’re reading the title and thinking to yourself, “I don’t need to worry about my online look, I’ve got a nice customer base. I’ve got a steady client flow in my business. I’m too small to worry about my business online.” Think again small business world! If you are running a small business during this new millennium technological explosion, you should definitely have a website. According to research, there are many, … Read entire article »

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7 Simple Ways to Keep You and Your Small Business Organized

7 Simple Ways to Keep You and Your Small Business Organized

7 Simple Ways: Like many of us, I’m sure you find it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all the demands of your small business. By allocating a little bit of time to get organized you may be able to have a better grasp of your small business (and everything else). #1 ORGANIZE YOUR PAPER Spend a little bit of time to get these files into your filing cabinet (that’s what it’s for). Get into the purging mindset and … Read entire article »

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Is Your Small Business Prepared to Weather the Storm

Is Your Small Business Prepared to Weather the Storm

  Is Your Small Business Prepared to Weather the Storm?  Going into to business is no small feat. You chose to transform your passion into a business because you saw a need. But when a storm comes, whether rain, sleet or snow, demand for your product or service can be a little unpredictable. And your business can suffer great physical damage as well. If disaster struck, how would your small business fare? This past winter saw one … Read entire article »

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