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This article discusses how businesses are starting to return to the workplace following the relaxing of COVID-19 regulations. However, this process may be more difficult than anticipated. This article outlines three steps to consider when implementing your return to work process. For example, determining what...

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This article discusses how many startup firms are having similar problems in marketing and getting their new ideas out there. Whether your startup is 5 years old or 5 days, utilizing tips such as email best practices, social media, blogs, and truly staying authentic can...

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This article acknowledges and discusses how running a family business can be difficult at times. From balancing a family work-life balance to communication issues, this industry can be very challenging. However, by following tips such as actively managing family dynamics, hiring externally when necessary, establishing...

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Success leaves clues. Zapier is a software company founded in 2011 by Wade Foster, Bryan Helmig, and Mike Knoop. Zapier provides a service that helps end-users automate the integration of online applications that they use. Let's take a look at a behind-the-scenes software integration company that has...

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Here are five things that happened this past month that affect your small business. 1) President Biden announced tax credits for COVID-19 vaccination paid time off. The President announced on April 21st "tax credits for certain businesses that pay employees who take time off to get COVID-19...

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After the unprecedented year we’ve just experienced, the last thing you need is to have your accounting data compromised or stolen. It would be impossible to reconstruct your QuickBooks file from scratch, and you can’t afford to have a hacker steal any of your funds. There...

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As U.S. businesses continue to recover from COVID-19’s economic devastation, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is expanding loan opportunities. The agency announced that beginning the week of April 6th, nonprofits and small businesses will be able to borrow up to $500,000 for up to...

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This article discusses the business strategy of time clock rounding in order to ease payroll calculation and prevent employee time theft. With many employees still working from home, these practices are important to review frequently. Legally, if you participate in rounding, there are three approved...

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This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has shifted the way many industries are conducted on a day-to-day basis. Specifically, teleworking has become the new norm, and it is important to have proper procedures in place in order to promote efficiency for your business. A...

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