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Is It Time to Hire Your First Employee? Here’s How to Know

January 4, 2019,

Considering hiring your first employee? Small business hiring is a critical step in growing a company. Here are 5 things to consider before you hire someone.

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20 Essential Apps to Help Your Nonprofit Succeed

January 3, 2019,

Take advantage of the digital age and consider using a few of these 20 essential apps to ensure your nonprofit has the best chance to thrive.

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4 Steps to Brainstorming a Great New Business Idea

December 26, 2018,

If you’re not sure what type of business to start, that doesn’t mean you can’t become an entrepreneur. It just means you need to brainstorm a business idea.

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Should You Use Crowdfunding to Help Finance Your Business?

December 13, 2018,

Reward-based, equity and debt are all types of crowdfunding available to small businesses. Here are some tips that businesses can use to create a successful campaign.

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Do You Have a 5-Year Plan for Your Business?

December 12, 2018,

No matter how successful your business is now, developing a strategic plan for your business can help take your company to even greater heights.

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2 Important Tax Changes for Small Businesses in 2018

December 10, 2018,

Congress recently passed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” which impacts both individuals and businesses. Learn what are the two important changes in 2018.

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Resources to Help You Create an Effective Employee Handbook

December 6, 2018,

A small business has several resources available to help them put together a comprehensive employee handbook. Here are tips on how to get your employees read it, too.

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Tax Time: A Guide to Completing the Schedule C

December 4, 2018,

If you operate a sole proprietorship or single-member LLC, make sure you know how to complete the Schedule C Form.

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Steel Your Small Business Against Employee Theft

November 29, 2018,

Burglary or theft is the most common reason for small business insurance claims, accounting for 20% of all. In some cases, an employee turns out to be the culprit.

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