10 Ways Busy Small-Business Owners Can Make Time for Professional Development

Running a small business can be time-consuming, so certain tasks may be pushed back in favor of more pressing ones. One task that should be prioritized, however, is professional development. By making the time to learn, you’ll be better...

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IRS Extends Tax Relief and Deadlines for Florida Small Businesses Affected by Hurricane Ian

The IRS has announced that victims of Hurricane Ian throughout Florida will now have until February 15, 2023, to file their federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. IRS Extends Tax Relief and Deadlines for Florida Small...

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Learn From This Social Media Strategies Summit Virtual Conference

If your small business manages the social media of government or public agencies, this Social Media Strategies Summit Virtual Conference is for you. The conference is going to bring together communications professionals from public and private organizations so you...

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5 New or Improved Tax Incentives for Going Green

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, which became law on August 16, 2022, contains various tax incentives for your business to become more environmentally friendly. Some incentives build upon what’s in place for 2022. Others are brand new starting...

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15 Chicken Franchise Opportunities

If you love chicken dishes and have an entrepreneurial spirit, a chicken franchise may be the perfect business opportunity for you. There are lots of restaurant chains in the U.S. that specialize in chicken and offer franchising opportunities. Here’s...

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What are the Pros and Cons of Franchising?

There is no question that owning a franchise can be a very profitable venture. However, there are also a number of pros and cons to consider before making the decision to invest in a franchise. In this article, we will...

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Texas Rescue Organization Streamlines Processes with Zoho Creator

Sponsored Post For Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas, success has meant expanding from initially rescuing 15 dogs to providing services for more than 100 just over 2 decades later. Much of that success can be attributed to the...

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Maybe a Good Sign for Small Businesses Amid Inflation and Recession Uncertainty?

A new report by the Bank of America Institute indicates that small businesses, despite experiencing economic challenges, show strength in various areas, including credit and debit card spending, business travel expenditures, and payroll payments. Report Indicates Small Businesses Continued Resilience According...

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In the News: Civilian and Veteran Entrepeneurs, Take a Look at These Grants of $1K and More

There are more than 2.5 million Veteran-owned small businesses in the U.S. generating millions of jobs and billions of dollars. And just like civilian small business owners, they also need help from time to time to keep their business...

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Best Commercial Utility Cart Options for Your Business

A utility cart makes your workspace clean and functional by providing mobility and a place to store the things you need an arm’s reach away. Whether you are in an office, retail store, restaurant, warehouse, or construction site, a...

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