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What Will the New Tax Law Mean for Your Business?

On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill into law, and taxpayers are still trying to figure out how it might affect them. This is especially true for business owners, as the most dramatic changes under the law are aimed at how businesses are taxed. We’ve highlighted the most […]

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4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 2

Last week, we shared the first part of our series on cryptocurrency risks and scams, and if you haven’t read it yet, you can do so here. In part two, we discuss two more common traps for business owners to be wary of in their digital currency dealings. If you are considering using cryptocurrency as […]

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4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 1

Cryptocurrency is one of the hottest topics in today’s business sector. The first and most well-known cryptocurrency was Bitcoin. Launched in 2009, Bitcoin went from something only computer geeks and hackers talked about to a global phenomenon that’s transformed how the entire world views money. As of November 2017, a single Bitcoin was worth more […]

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Six Steps to Selling Your Business

Selling your business can bring financial rewards. But to get the best price, you need to minimize red flags to potential buyers and maximize the value of the business asset you have created. Before you sell, figure out how to best position yourself within the market and prove that your business is a good investment […]

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How to Be Smart About Small Business Debt

Taking on debt can help small businesses meet expenses and finance growth. The key to making it work is knowing specifically what you will use the debt for, how it will generate a return on your debt investment and tracking, tracking, tracking. If you need support with finding capital for your business and tracking the […]

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When Is a Good Time to Incorporate?

Incorporating your business can save you  money on taxes and limit your liability for business debts. But, most importantly, it says to the world — I’m in business. And that sends an important message to you, your clients, your spouse, your friends, family and, yes, even to the IRS. In the early months or years […]

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Lessons in Business Success from the World of the Best in Family Business

Family businesses tend to bring to mind small mom and pop enterprises that make a profit but aren’t necessarily industry leaders. True, you can find mom and pop at the helm in many family owned and operated businesses. But an analysis done by Boston Consulting Group found family controlled businesses account for more than 30% […]

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Virtual Currency and Your Business

As it becomes increasingly common for businesses to conduct business online, the fees associated with online transactions rises to the top of the list of liabilities to be considered. The convenience of taking payments electronically comes at a cost. When looking for financially sound solutions to this problem, you may hear about Bitcoin and the […]

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Small Business Financing at the End of the Brick and Mortar Era

As more banks close local branches and eschew brick and mortar growth, small businesses face uncertain times. With fewer branches in which to form trusted financial relationships, business owners often must rely on online banking for everyday needs. This poses a problem for small business owners who previously benefited from personal relationships with bankers when […]

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Ten Common Money Pits Even Brilliant Entrepreneurs Fall Into

If you’re relying on your top line to grow your wealth, you could be missing out on easy opportunities to save money and improve profits, independent of your revenue. Many entrepreneurs waste precious time and money by falling prey to these common mistakes. However, there is no need to sacrifice, work harder, or take on […]

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Women Leaders in Business: The Bottom Line

Do women have it tougher than men in the corporate world? Many signs point to yes, but a 2015 report released by New York analytics firm MSCI suggests companies with strong female leadership show greater returns on equity than those without. The report found companies with strong female leadership held a 2.7% return on equity […]

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