FTC Sues Intuit Over Deceptive TurboTax “Free” Filing Campaign

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a lawsuit against software company Intuit, for deceiving consumers with advertisements pitching “free” tax filing. In the lawsuit, the FTC is alleging that Intuit’s advertisements touting their supposedly “free” products mislead consumers into...

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Apple Releases a New Budget-Friendly iPhone SE

For business owners and entrepreneurs on the market for a new phone that doesn’t break the bank, then may be be pleased to learn that Apple has released a new budget-friendly iPhone SE. Apple Releases a New Budget-Friendly iPhone SE Starting...

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Best Office Chair Casters for a Broken Wheel

If you work in an office, safety and comfort are important for your workforce to remain productive. Very often, one might need to coast from one desk to another to grab a file or hold discussions with coworkers. However,...

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Understanding Etsy Fees

Opening an Etsy shop can provide a fun and relatively affordable way to start a business. However, it isn’t completely free. Etsy charges a few fees to sellers in exchange for the increased visibility and transaction services the site...

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Should You Get a Women Owned Business Certification

Female business owners have traditionally faced unique challenges when seeking funding and government contracts. To balance those disadvantages, there are now certain programs and contracting dollars that are reserved just for women-owned businesses. However, owning a business as a...

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Bank of America Launches New Credit Card and Line of Credit for Small Business

The Bank of America has announced new secured credit offerings and digital resources aimed at helping entrepreneurs launch their ventures and grow. The offerings comprise of the Business Advantage Unlimited Cash Rewards Secured credit card, Business Advantage Secured Credit Line,...

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Questions on Estimated Taxes for the Self-Employed and How to Handle Them

The federal tax system is a pay-as-you-go model. Generally, employees meet their tax payment obligations through wage withholding. But there’s no withholding (yet) on self-employment earnings. Usually, self-employed individuals meet their tax payment obligations through estimated taxes. The following...

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Small Businesses Add 90,000 Jobs

Small businesses saw an increase in 90,000 jobs during February, making a huge dent in the jobs last during January.The numbers were released in the ADP National Employment Report Wednesday.During January 2022, small businesses lost 96,000 jobs. Although the...

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$409 Million in Small Business Grants Available in Michigan

If you run a small business in Michigan, there are several grant programs that may help you reach your goals. From Kalamazoo to Detroit to Flint, communities throughout the state can benefit from a vibrant small business community. Small Business...

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16 Menu Font Choices for Restaurants

Restauranteurs might spend days, weeks, months, or even a lifetime developing the perfect menus for their dining establishments. It would be a shame if the menu’s design left so much to be desired that patrons were uninterested in the...

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