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1 hr ago | The Beaumont Enterprise
In this Nov. 30, 2013 file photo, Brody Clark, 4, of Paducah, Ky., receives a Christmas treat from Jeinine Searcy while his family shops around The Chocolate Factory during Small Business Saturday in Paducah, Ky.
1 hr ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
What do small business owners need to pay attention to this fall? Heath care, Internet Security and new technology make the list. Here are five things that small businesses need to be on top of over the next several months: Small business owners who bought employee health insurance policies before the end of 2013, sidestepping the law's requirements for a year, could pay between 10 percent and 20 percent more when it's time to renew, says Michael Stahl, chief marketing officer of HealthMarkets Inc., a broker based in North Richland Hills, Texas.
2 hrs ago | KGNS-TV Laredo
Members of Congress receive the NFIB recognition for voting in the interests of small businesses 70 percent or more of the time. "As a former small business owner, I am familiar with the challenges facing entrepreneurs," said Congressman Cuellar.
3 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
It is the first time the sentiment has reached this level with every sector recording a positive outlook for the upcoming three months. Three fifths of the small businesses surveyed are expecting to grow in the next 12 months and one In ten expect to grow rapidly.
3 hrs ago | Capital Soup
In response to Charlie Crist's small business event in Boca Raton, Jerry Pierce, Statewide Chair of the "Small Business for Scott" Coalition and Chairman of the Florida Chapter of the NFIB Leadership Council, released the following statement: "Charlie Crist's small business plan is simple: if he's Governor again, Florida will have less of them. When he was Governor, Crist stood idly by as Florida lost 28,000small businesses, 300,000 small business jobs, and $7.8 billion in small business wages.
3 hrs ago | Black Enterprise
Small business owners are optimistic about the coming year, according to a new study released from Hiscox, a small business insurer. In addition to optimism, the findings reveal U.S. small business owners are experiencing growth in revenue and planning on launching new products.
7 hrs ago | Bplans Blog
Here's what you know: your accountant can do your taxes. Here's what you might not know: your accountant can help you accomplish your business goals.
Mingo County House of Delegates member Harry Keith White, third from right, and House Speaker Tim Miley, second from right, listened as Doug Skaff, chairman of the House Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Committee, spoke to a small audience gathered at Logan for a listening tour by the committee. Mingo County House of Delegates member Harry Keith White, third from right, and House Speaker Tim Miley, second from right, listened as Doug Skaff, chairman of the House Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Committee, spoke to a small audience gathered at Logan for a listening tour by the committee.
Photo by Bill Bengtson Sunrise Grill waitress Summer Randolph brings lunch for Congressional candidate Phil Black during his Sept. 9 campaign visit in North Augusta.
Grae Jaen, the director of G&A Beneficial, says small businesses need to be aware of the changes that are happening next year Many of the Affordable Care Act's mandates will take effect on Jan. 1, forcing businesses to take a second look at how they handle their employees' health benefits. For big corporations with human resource departments and legal experts who've examined the bill cover to cover, this won't be much of a problem.
I've been a financial journalist for more than 20 years: I've written for most of the national newspapers in the UK on topics related to business, economics, finance, property, investment, personal finance and entrepreneurship. I've held staff jobs at newspapers including The Observer, the Daily and Sunday Express and, most recently, The Independent, where I spent several years as Business Editor managing the newspaper's business coverage.
Running a small business -- even a very small business of one or two employees -- is difficult work, with long hours, self-doubt and nearly daily concerns. Web-hosting and technology provider GoDaddy looks to tell the real truth about the world of small business in a new marketing campaign.
Apparently U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her Republican challenger Scott Brown do agree on something. The other day on the radio Brown said that what was unique about this election is that for the first time in modern history voters could compare how each voted on issue after issue since both served in the Senate during the same period.
EMPLOYERS, a small business insurance specialist, has launched Coventry/NT24, a 24-hour hotline staffed by registered nurses who are specially trained to provide medical guidance over the phone for work-related injuries or illnesses. Coventry/NT24 is staffed by English- and Spanish-speaking nurses with accommodations available for other languages and is available to EMPLOYERS workers' compensation policyholders in the state of Florida.
Paula Deen is coming to Birmingham for a live show at Alabama Theatre Sept. 16 and launches a new digital network on Sept.
Each year the marketing group at Volusion put together a predictive sales report for the upcoming holiday season and the 2014 projections are now available. Small business owners might feel a bit frustrated with some of the findings, however, online business sales are expected to grow 9 percent as a whole, with mobile pushing ahead the fastest.
If you're wondering how to fund the expansion of your small business, you might want to consider a Small Business Administration loan. Although they're not for every business owner, these loans are a viable option for those who can't obtain other financing to grow their business.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:07 am
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