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The Threat of Business Owner Burnout

By | Uncategorized

Being a small business owner was never an easy gig. While it is certainly rewarding, working for yourself is hard work that requires you to fulfill many different roles. Then the coronavirus pandemic came along, hurting so many small businesses. The stress on some people due to the impact of coronavirus on their business has been like nothing they have experienced in the past. Even if you’re…

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Loans for Small Businesses Now Available from Federal Reserve

By | Business Finances, Small Business

On October 30, 2020, the Federal Reserve Board announced changes to the Main Street Lending Program to benefit a wider range of people. Previously reserved for larger businesses and government organizations struggling financially due to COVID-19, the Main Street Lending Program now offers federal loans to non-profits and smaller businesses as well. This is just one of several changes the Federal Reserve made to the…

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Three Steps to Improve the Likelihood of Business Loan Approval

By | Business Finances

Like many small business owners, you may occasionally find yourself short on working capital and in need of a business loan. If so, the time to start preparing to apply for a business loan is before you begin researching lenders. Preparation starts by reviewing a copy of both your personal and business credit files. Know Your Credit Score Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion, the three major…

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Should You Hire a Business Consultant?

By | Small Business

As a small business owner, do you ever wish you could clone yourself so you could accomplish more in a day or overcome common business challenges?  While duplicating yourself may not be possible, you might consider hiring a business consultant to alleviate some of your stress. A business consultant is someone outside of your organization who evaluates your company to help improve its efficiency and…

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Tax Deductions for Small Business

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Owning and operating a small business in any environment can be challenging. Over the life of a business, an owner might encounter issues related to startup, cash flow, and even the overall economy.  Taxes are the biggest expense for small businesses, but many owners are so busy that they don’t have the time to devote to reducing this expense. One study reveals that small businesses overpaid more…

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How Your Small Business Can Thrive After the Pandemic

By | Business Growth, Small Business

The coronavirus pandemic has been hard on everyone, but perhaps no one has suffered more than small business owners. While many large retail stores remained open because the government deemed them essential, thousands of smaller businesses had to close at least temporarily. A sudden and unexpected business closure and loss of revenue is one of the most challenging things that business owners can face. Sadly,…

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Why Communication is Key to Business Success

By | Company Culture

Humans are blessed with many ways to communicate. Communication comes so naturally that it is often taken for granted. It is the process of sharing information between real people both inside and outside of a company. It is an essential ingredient for successful leadership. As Keith Boyer stated, “You must be able to communicate successfully in order to become a leader and someone that others…

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Tips to Stay Connected with Co-Workers While Working from Home

By | Company Culture

When the coronavirus forced millions of people to suddenly work from home, many managers and employees alike struggled with the new reality. This makes sense when you consider that less than 30 percent of Americans are set up to work efficiently from their home office. Managers and team leaders have especially struggled with keeping their teams cohesive and connected during these unprecedented times. While this…

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