Does Your Company Culture Need a Reboot?

A company’s culture is the set of values that reflect who they are, what their business is trying to achieve in the market place, and how they will go about achieving it. Small business owners who successfully raise the profile of their cultures inside and outside of...

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5 Strategies to Avoid Being a Micromanager

Are you constantly asking your employees for updates or progress reports? Do you prefer to handle even the simplest tasks rather than teach someone else how to do them? Are projects often delayed because you insist on approving everything yourself? Chances are you...

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Discover How to Network Effectively

Networking is not about collecting business cards or building a large list of contacts. Whether through in-person meetings or via social media, it is an essential tool for building the relationships and strategic partnerships that are critical to business growth. Like...

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4 Fall Tax Tips for Small Business Owners

Fall is an ideal time to evaluate your current tax situation. Instead of putting off your tax-related concerns and responsibilities until December or January, doing the prep work now may help you reduce your tax bill for the current year and avoid potential issues...

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Tactics for Surviving a Seasonal Slowdown

For many small businesses, September marks either the end of the busy summer season or the ramp-up to the make-or-break holiday season. If you generate the bulk of your revenue during specific times of the year, it is important to have a strategy to ensure sufficient...

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Is Your Small Business Prepared for an Emergency?

With hurricane season in full swing, many businesses are well prepared to literally weather the storm. However, disaster can strike anywhere and at any time – which means every small business owner should have a plan for dealing with major catastrophes. While it might...

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5 Myths About Invoice Factoring

There are numerous ways to manage cash flow in order to keep your business growing. Invoice factoring uses your receivables as collateral, letting you harness the latent cash in your unpaid invoices. The process is simple: a factor gives you a line of credit using...

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