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Tax Expert Offers Tips on Filing Taxes for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

Tax season only comes once a year but it’s enough to make most people want to pull their hair out. When you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, tax season can be doubly worse than usual. For anyone having gone through tax season as a first-time entrepreneur then understanding all the little restrictions and regulations is daunting. Without professional help ...

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How to Kick Your Startup in the Foot Before You’re off the Ground

Getting a startup business off the ground is no easy task. In fact, some sources claim that as much as 90 percent of all startups ultimately fail. Many of these failures are the direct result of common mistakes that can easily be avoided. If you are working hard to get your startup business up and running, be wary of the ...

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Coworking Location Gives Entrepreneurs a Place to Grow and Create with Likeminded Members

Being an entrepreneur can often leave a few gaps that are usually filled in traditional employment. Being around co-workers and a busy, social environment can create a certain buzz which often translates to productivity. When you’re an entrepreneur working alone it can be hard to find a similar environment where there are people with a similar career and an understanding ...

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Engaging and Energizing Your Employees: It’s Not Rocket Science, It’s Brain Science

Are your employees losing their edge? That is, are you seeing their energy levels—not to mention performance levels—sliding downhill? If so, you’re not alone. The business world—from small and medium-sized organizations all the way up to large enterprises—is seeing a troubling trend: employees who are engaged, but exhausted. What does this mean? Your employees may continue to be as loyal ...

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Leadership Apps You Need to Know About

I carry a Chromebook, but more often than not I find myself doing some sort of work (or work related activity) on my phone. Over the years​,​ I’ve identified my most common pain points and found apps that address those gaps. Find those below. Please note that, as the title indicates, I write these from the perspective of a leader. ...

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How to Effectively Turn Around a Company in 2016

Determining the best time to attempt a turnaround for your business involves carefully analyzing the current condition of the business and the potential market value. If you know you want your business to succeed, but you have lost the drive to continue pushing forward, it may be time to turn it around. You’ll have to carefully analyze the company’s problems, ...

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External Sales Force in Tech is Extinct – Pivot to Maintain Relevance

As a tech industry veteran, I have witnessed many a trend but must discern necessary adjustments to stay ahead of the competition. In my current role as CEO of a cloud automation company, my most important task is to act as Chief Revenue Officer. This measurable responsibility is pretty clear; generate revenue and profit for the company to continually increases ...

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How to Prepare Your Office Building for a Coming OSHA Inspection

One thing that can certainly be nerve racking for any business owner is having an inspection performed by OSHA. If you fail the inspection, you will receive a citation and be forced to pay a sizable fine. According to OSHA’s website, fines above $40,000 are not unheard of. It’s best to make sure that doesn’t happen. Below are some steps ...

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eCommerce and Retail Outlets in 2016

eCommerce forecasts estimate online total sales to reach more than $325 billion in 2016, a number that is still less than 7 percent of the total US retail sales of $4.9 trillion forecast for 2016. The steady eCommerce growth reveals increases in online consumer confidence and a growing preference for the attractive savings to be had by purchasing online. However, key differences ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice

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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