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Business Cards As Selling Tools; Managing Remote Workers; Planning For Taxes; More

 

An insurance exchange offering the best possible healthcare insurance options  to small businesses and individuals is now available.

 

A Business Card Needs To Be A SellingTool.

New Bisiness Inspirations Come From Many Places.

The Are Reasons DIY Tax Planning Isn't A Good Idea.

Remote Workers Need More Than A Pat-On-The-Back.

Launchings A New Concept Doesn’t Always Lead To Immediate Success.

Medical Marijuana Spread Offers Challenges To Small Business, HR Leaders.

Medical marijuana is becoming is a fast growing small business. Learn how patients perceive how it is helping them in this heart  rendering video.

Most companies have built an email list of current and potential customers.
But any email list is just that until it becomes a true sales channel.
Providing engaging content that turns an email list into a sales generator is a challenge for many small business leaders.
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Question:

How are companies handling the changes to healthcare laws?

Answer:

Surveys indicate small businesses remain confused on unhappy about the changes. More importantly, so are employees.


Question:

Should a small business leader manage taxes without professional help?

Answer

Managing taxes without professional help or technology is a recipe tax code confusion, math errors, missed deadlines, incorrect industry codes, forgotten signatures and dozens of other avoidable errors. Operating in fear of a call from state auditors makes it more likely.. —Jonathan Barsade, CEO of Exactor.


 

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