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Personal Cars vs. Mass Transport: Pros and Cons

Transportation is a crucial matter for any person. Whether you are an entrepreneur or a worker, a student or a senior citizen, having access to transportation will greatly help in just about every aspect of your daily life. There are two main ways to get from point A to point B: Use the mass transport system or go for personal ...

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Why True Tax Change Is Unlikely under the next President

As a tax professional, the first Republican presidential debate made two things abundantly clear when it comes to tax reform and the related business incentives. The first is that there is no way we will get major tax reform (i.e., simplification) unless one party controls the presidency and at least one (if not both) houses of Congress. The second is ...

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Growing Your Software Business

It’s pretty likely that you did a lot of research when you started your software business. Perhaps you pored over books and magazines, sought the advice of an advisor, or watched all kinds of video on the subject, among other things. But now that your start-up period is over, you may be ready to take the next step and start ...

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Regular or Part Time MBA – the Selection of the Institute Makes the Difference

Every year thousands of students opt to get a management degree or diploma immediately after completing their graduation or after having acquired a few years of work experience so that their careers can take off to new heights. It is always a tough battle to choose the right institute and most often students prefer to take the easy way out ...

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Growing Pains – Tips to Effectively Manage Increasing Employee Numbers

Have you ever had an employee quit and then erase the hard drive on their corporate computer, permanently deleting hundreds of proprietary company files? Or had to hire several new employees and find you have no processes in place to manage the new team? Speaking from experience, this situation can be a business owner’s worst nightmare. A growing business is ...

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Creating a Healthy Workforce: Lessons in Leadership and Innovation

A CEO with a commitment to workplace wellness is a leader worthy of praise. He or she understands that a business cannot thrive – no organization can survive – when employees suffer from acute or chronic pain. One professional who respects this fact is Jason Ridgel, President of JUSCO Medical. The company is one of the country’s top makers of durable medical equipment, ...

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Salesforce Automation Software: A Must for Business Success

Implementation of Salesforce Automation Software is the ultimate step in sales for accelerating things. SFA is instrumental in the elimination of the time consuming, but necessary tasks related to selling. Therefore, sales professionals can now relax a bit as they are free from the thoroughly exasperating, repetitive and tedious behind the scene activities. They are now empowered to do hardcore ...

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The Best Car-Buying Incentives for the Business Owner

Specific companies can benefit well from having a fleet of cars (or even a single car) at their disposal. Having the right car/s will allow them to go places, improve the efficiency of their operations, and eventually make progress as an enterprise. Of course, governments from around the globe would like these entrepreneurs to succeed for many reasons. In fact, ...

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Experiential Errors: The Biggest Marketing Mistakes

When it comes to the world of marketing, businesses are constantly striving to stay ahead of the competition. As the industry moves away from traditional promotional tactics and experiential marketing strategies continue to grow in popularity, guaranteeing you get the most out of your event is essential. From preparation to execution to follow up, every aspect of your event has ...

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27 Entrepreneurs Give Their Best Business Tips

No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about ...

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