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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: Youth More Entrepreneurial than Adults, Says Study

Each generation has its share of unique qualities which separate it from previous and future years. While previous generations did business by a certain model, with the introduction of easier crowdfunding and more liberal business ideas the ability to own or pursue owning your own business is easier than ever. A recent study by The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, known as GEM, ...

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What’s the Big Fuss about Corporate Inversions?

So what is a corporate inversion, and why are so many companies moving their parent company to Ireland? It all revolves around Ireland’s favorable tax policies and the U.S.’ antiquated corporate income tax system. While most countries require their citizens (i.e., real people) to pay tax on their worldwide income, few countries require the same of corporations outside of the ...

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What Entrepreneurs Can Dig From the Affordable Care Act – Featured Post

The population of self employed in U.S. is a well stated figure of 23 million. If only the state of Massachusetts was brought into consideration, nearly 470,000 self-employed firms assist the economic development. The diversity of self-employed businesses is large with people ranging from IT specialists to painters. While the number of such individuals would continue to rise, there’s one area ...

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What Delay In Affordable Care Act Implementation Means For Your Business

The White House announced in early July that it would delay until 2015 enforcement of a provision in the Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”) that will require employers to provide insurance to full-time employees. The law, which was set to take effect January 1, 2014, has received criticism from small business groups who say the law unfairly burdens them. Businesses ...

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Business Owners Give Guidance on Where to Find a Website Designer

Would you like to provide an answer to our weekly questions? Sign up for our newsletter to get the questions delivered each week to your inbox. —- In the world of online everything, a business website is one of the most important parts of your business, if not the most important part. Clients go to your website for information, to ...

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Litigation Funding: Why the Criticism?

Litigation funding has come under scrutiny in recent weeks, with many large corporations questioning its relevance. Generally, third-party funding companies will cover all the expenses of the case, and if it’s successful, they will take a percentage of the financial outcome. If the case is unsuccessful, the business will walk away from the case, safe in the knowledge that they ...

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The Sequester Deadline Has Come and Gone – What Will it Mean for Small Businesses?

As the sequestration process looms over us, the well-known confrontation between Congress and the White House over the federal budget is once more on the tongues of news anchors and radio personalities across the country as the March 1st deadline has come and gone. With the sequestration in place, automatic, across-the-board cuts to government agencies totaling $1.2 trillion over 10 ...

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