Don’t Miss BrandSmart 23′ Longest-Running Brand Marketing Conference in the US

Brand recognition is one of the hardest achievements of any sized business. However, once it is achieved it has a huge payoff. As the longest-running brand marketing conference in the United States, BrandSmart will teach you how to get...

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Barcode Scanners for Your Business

Barcode scanners are an invaluable tool for both sales and inventory management. If you’re just starting or growing your small business, you’ll need a barcode scanner to help increase your productivity and accuracy. Not all barcode scanners are the same....

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What Trends May Impact Small Businesses in 2023? Our Community Shares Their Answers

Utilizing trends can help your business stay relevant and get more efficient. However, not every trend will be relevant to your business. Here are some insights to consider from the online small business community, ranging from social media to...

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Ways to Recognize Employees: Their Tax Implications

It doesn’t cost you anything to say “thank you” to employees who do a good job for your company, and there are no tax implications here. But if you want to do more to recognize their accomplishments and retain...

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In the News: New Pandemic Relief Grant Programs of $500 to $35K for Small Businesses

Pandemic-related grants have tens of thousands of small businesses with timely needed funds for the past couple of years. And these grants continue to be available because small businesses are still feeling the impact of the pandemic. These grants...

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Pex Pipe and Pex Tools for Your Business

PEX piping is made from flexible plastic and is an alternative to copper or steel water supply pipes. PEX pipes were initially used for radiant heat flooring, but have since become extremely popular for plumbing projects, due to their...

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The Standard Deduction 2022: Everything You Need to Know

Knowing what you can deduct from your income and how that affects your taxes this year has never been more important. To help make understanding all of these different tax deductions easier for you, we’re here today with a complete...

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Justice Dept. Sues Google for Digital Ad Monopoly

The Justice Department recently filed a civil antitrust suit against Google for monopolizing multiple digital advertising technology products, allegedly in violation of Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act. Justice Dept. Sues Google for Digital Ad Monopoly The suit was...

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Texas Republican to Chair House Small Business Committee

Texas Republican Roger Williams, newly appointed chair of the House’s Small Business Committee, has been a life-long small business owner. His family owns a car dealership and also a cattle business. Williams, elected to the House in 2012, also serves on...

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Meta Launches Tool to Help Creators and Publishers with Intellectual Property Rights

Meta recently launched a new website to help creators and publishers better manage their intellectual property. Meta Launches Rights Manager Site Rights Manager is intended to combat copyright infringement and protect lawful expression on Facebook and Instagram. The website provides ‘unprecedented...

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