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What Everyone Ought to Know about Millennial Run Businesses

Even though they're not as plentiful, what do younger small business owners do that's different from their elders?

Tax Cuts Now!

On Friday, a bus emblazoned with the mantra “Tax Cuts Now” parked itself in front of the main Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building in downtown Washington, DC and out piled small business owners who had been traveling the country,Show More Summary

Discover the safest, least risky way to grow your business

Kelly emailed me with a great question. I know her challenge is something many small business owners encounter, so I thought you might find it useful. Here’s an excerpt from Kelly’s email, shared with her permission, along with my answer. Show More Summary

City Tries to Improve Community with Small Business Training Program

The new Riseup Springfield small business training program offers knowledge, tools and networking opportunities to help small business owners.

Small business owners struggle to bounce back after Hurricane Irma and Harvey

Tampa Bay-based developer and restauranteur Jamal Wilson says he was spared the worst of Hurricane Irma: Destruction to the Hall on Franklin — housing several restaurants and bars — was mostly limited to vandalism. “We didn’t have as much damage as our neighbors,” he said. Show More Summary

72 Present of Small Business Owners Feel Overwhelmed (INFOGRAPHIC)

The average SMB owner is generally overworked and feeling overwhelmed. Here are the biggest barriers and some small business owner productivity tips.

Small Business Owners Are Optimistic — and in a Spending Mood, Report Says

According to the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index August 2017 report, a stalled Congress can't deter the optimism still brimming among the SMB community.

These entrepreneurs can run their businesses from exotic locations — here’s how they do it

Chase for Business partnered with Business Insider’s BI Studios to chronicle the stories behind Pipsnacks’ newest product, Death Valley Corn. Read more here. Small business owners need to constantly innovate to advance and grow, and for many, that means frequent travel in pursuit of new ideas and products. Show More Summary

6 Tips for Staying Healthy at Work (When You’re a Small Business Owner)

If you are a new or established business owner, you know how busy work can be. Do you take the steps to stay healthy amidst the craziness? Knowing how to stay healthy at work is one of the best ways you can boost your business. Sure,...Show More Summary

5 Things Small Business Owners Should Consider Before Applying for Loans

If you are going to be running a small business, chances are high that you’re going to need a loan or two to get started. Not everyone has the money right up front to get their business going, so a loan from a qualified lender is going to seriously help you out. Show More Summary

6 Unbeatable Benefits of Direct Debit Services for Small Business Owners

2 weeks agoTechnology : Fromdev

Payment collection is a vital activity for any business, but it can be very time-consuming and risky. Every business, be it small or big, deserves to be paid on time and the payment method can play a vital role in improving the process. Show More Summary

HBO Takes Viewers Back to 42nd Street with "The Deuce"

Premiering this Sunday night on HBO, season one of “The Deuce” is an epic series that’s essentially about a group of small business owners trying to make their way in the seediest parts of New York City in the 1970s. It’s a show that...Show More Summary

Are You Involved With Business, Or Fully Committed?

In my role as advisor to small businesses, I often think of the old joke, “In a bacon-and-egg breakfast, the chicken is very involved, but the pig is committed.” Some business owners claim to be committed, but seem quick to look to someone else to make the hard decisions, or some external factor to blame for challenges. Show More Summary

What Are the Important HR Requirements for Small Business?

So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve looked at important human resources topics like hiring, raining, and communication. But there are also some basic requirements you have to fulfill as a small business owner or HR officer. Show More Summary

10 Steps to Starting a Small Business as an Owner Operator Truck Driver

This is a good time to become an owner operator truck driver. Here’s ten steps to getting your license and a big rig out on the open road.

These 5 Tips Will Change the Way You Deal with Rejection as a Small Business Owner

No small business person goes through life without being rejected. When it happens, here are 3 ways to deal with rejection as a small business owner.

Meet the trans business owner running for Doraville City Council

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Project Q

Stephe Koontz – a small business owner and church administrator – is running for the Doraville City Council, hoping to become the city’s first transgender elected official and help guide it through future growth and redevelopment.

Adding Legal Help to Your Small-business Team

At some point, you will need the support and expertise of an attorney as you operate your small business. Often, though, owners delay adding that member to your business team. The thought is that you, the owner, will know when you need such help. But that line of thought has two major issues. First, you […]

Loans From 401(k) Plans Are Viable Last Resort For Hurricane Victims

For those 401(k) plan participants and small business owners financially impacted by Harvey, the 401(k) plan loan option could prove to be a valuable funding option to help with the recovery process.

Ending DACA is economically foolish, but don’t just take my word for it

For decades, Republicans have prided themselves on being the voice of small businesses: when costly and burdensome regulations passed by Democrats weigh down the millions of business owners providing jobs to tens of millions more people, Republicans have stepped in. Show More Summary

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