The United States Tax Code remains as one of the most complicated legal doctrines in the history of the States, in spite of widespread calls for simplification. And while politicians have sought to sway the average American voter with...Show More Summary
As summer unofficially begins this weekend, a lot of our attention turns to getting away for a little bit. But there are plenty of opportunities to get away but still get some work done at numerous great events geared toward small business owners.
Members of the small business community understand how much hard work you put into creating great content for your company's website. And they also know how to get more people reading it. They're sharing ideas this week in the small business community news and information roundup.
Big companies rarely ask their sales reps what they think of the design team's new work—but maybe they should. It's virtually an article of faith that creativity is essential in business. But what's often missed—even amid the chatter around startups' edge in innovation—is how small companies can often gain a creative lead, too. Show More Summary
by Charles Mudede Joshua Clover is sitting at a table in Fort St. George and holding his new book. Charles Mudede This Sunday, Left Bank Books, one of the small businesses you should not take for granted, is hosting a reading and talk by one of the liveliest, sharpest, and erudite cultural theorists in the US, Joshua Clover. Show More Summary
Tax scams that invoke the Internal Revenue Service get a lot of attention. That's understandable. The tax code is complicated and the IRS is a source of fear for most Americans. That combination makes it easy for crooks pretending to be with the federal tax agency to scare us into paying them to resolve a purported tax bill. Show More Summary
A Democratic New York congressman says Donald Trump is "a small man" for accepting $150,000 from a federal fund for small businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks. Congressman Jerrold Nadler says... To view the full story, click the title link.
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"In grabbing that money with both fists, you took it out of the pockets of small business owners in New York who were truly hurting," Rep. Jerrold Nadler wrote in an open letter to the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. The...Show More Summary
After 9/11, Trump received taxpayer money intended to help small businesses. Now, the congressman representing Ground Zero wants a refund.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Democratic New York congressman says Donald Trump is “a small man” for accepting $150,000 from a federal fund for small businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks. Congressman Jerrold Nadler says Trump should return the money. Nadler says the presumptive Republican presidential nominee received the funds for one of his companies, […]
Regardless of the quality and utility of a service, so much of a service's success comes down to its packaging. This isn't a particularly new concept, but it's one small business owners would be wise to remind themselves of again and...Show More Summary
Marketer’s Guide to Helpful Content Optimization Tools written by Guest Post read more at Duct Tape Marketing Today, with over 152 billion blogs inhabiting the content landscape, it’s almost impossible for a small business to stand out of the crowd. The best method for leading new audiences to a website that doesn’t require a huge marketing budget…
YouTube has introduced an app that allows users to talk about videos without going to another site to do it and Snapchat reported huge viewership numbers. These headlines top this week's small business news and information roundup.
Representative Jerrold Nadler, Democrat of New York, accused Mr. Trump of exploiting the Sept. 11 attacks and receiving $150,000 in grant money for one of his properties.
Working a 9-5 job is hard. You spend years doing a job you hate to climb higher on a corporate ladder that probably isn't too crazy about you, either. You think you work too hard. You loathe the 45+ hour work weeks that tend to fall closer to 50-55 hours more often than not, and that says nothing of the weeks when you have big projects to finish. Show More Summary
Let's be honest. Flying — for most people — means being crammed into a pressurized metal tube with small portholes. Even large business jets with eight-figure price tags offer very little in terms of natural sunlight. Now Embraer has...Show More Summary
Nate Shaw, the co-founder of Brooklyn Music Factory, discusses how automation allows him to focus more time on growing a small business, not running it.
The company facilitates international money transfers, claiming to save users $34 million in hidden bank fees each month.
The garbage industry is one that has yet to see major disruption. But one startup,Rubicon Global, is rolling out a suite oftools to help independent haulers compete against big corporations.