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  1. Alberta Party leader predicts better results in next electionRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... markets, Clark said. He favours a progressive income tax over a provincial sales tax, and would look to cut small business taxes and maintain the level of other corporate taxes. They're hoping to have all their candidates in place by March 15. ...

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  2. Murphy Responds To Cuomo's State Of The StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Pound Ridge Daily Voice

    ... The Governor has also recognized that small businesses are the engine of our economy, and I support the small business tax cuts that will bring us down to the lowest rate since 1917." The executive budget's proposed tax cut would put small business ...

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  3. Professionals Get An Inexpensive Alternative To Print W2 & 1099...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... software, W2 software, 1099 software and ezACH deposit software. It continues to grow in the philosophy that small business owners deserve affordable, user friendly, and totally risk-free software.

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  4. 2014 W2 Mate W2 1099 Software Prints 2014 Employee W2 Forms and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    More details at http://W2-Mate.com/ . 2014 W2 Mate is designed to provide accounting professionals and business users with year-end information reporting capabilities.

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  5. Houston's Professional Organizer, Lisa Giesler Hires GlobalSpex ...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    ... has built her career on the principle that there is a time and place for everything. As a well-known Houston small business owner, locals turn to her for comprehensive, customized and professional solutions for their homes, offices, and lives. ...

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  6. Minimum wage fight comes to SecheltRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Coast Reporter

    ... not that high. I do think, however, that in general it's a good idea, and I do think that those problems some small business owners may see will be lessened by things like increased consumer spending in their communities, improved employee retention ...

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  7. Cheers and jeersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Gloversville Leader-Herald

    ... of Commerce honored several local businesses with awards Friday night. The chamber handed out awards for small business of the year, young professional of the year, agricultural business of the year and industry of the year, and several other ...

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  8. The Plato Group Remain Confident While Counterparts Worry about US EconomyRead the original story

    Yesterday | 24-7 Press Release

    ... strong. The Plato Group remain confident to see continuous economic growth over the next years and say that small business growth will play an important part of this development. The firm would like to see further support from the U.S. government to ...

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  9. Payroll Software EzPaycheck 2015 Allows Growing Businesses Add More Employees Without Increasing CostRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 24-7 Press Release

    ... http://www.halfpricesoft.com ) with latest tax tables and tax forms. ezPaycheck developers have decided that small business owners should not be penalized because their business grows. This new edition of payroll software allows customers to hire ...

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  10. 34th & Carson office space offers new construction on a smaller scaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | POP City

    ... companies like UPMC and American Eagle Outfitters. "So, this is a situation for someone who has a typical small business office [to get into] new construction." Construction is expected to be completed fall 2015, with occupancy available to tenants ...

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  11. Final 2 in running to build exchange described as 'solid'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NWAonline

    The company that supplied the technology for the federally operated small-business health insurance exchanges and a firm that built parts of California's exchange were publicly revealed Friday as the two finalists in the competition for a contract to build a small-business exchange for Arkansas. At a meeting in Little Rock, executives with Reston, Va.,-based hCentive Inc. and Mountain View, Calif.,-based Get Insured each made presentations to the Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace Board, which was created by the Legislature in 2013 and awarded a $99.9 million federal grant in December to establish Arkansas-based health insurance exchanges for small businesses and individuals.

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  12. A dishonest day's work Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    ... With every job on offer, each citizen is contributing (or not) to the economic fortunes of this country. In a small business, where workers are diligent and fairly remunerated, the business can expand, hiring more citizens paying taxes into the ...

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  13. OAS Launches Small Business Development Center Model in JamaicaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    The Organization of American States today launched the Small Business Development Center Model in Jamaica, in a ceremony that took place in Kingston.

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  14. Athens vox pops: 'We need change'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Green Left Weekly

    ... the elections] will be to build the Greek economy, the ability to accumulate wealth and to create jobs, allow small business to re-establish. To improve health and education will also be a challenge. We don't want a society of imposed taxes and ...

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  15. Tipton wants to loosen purse stringsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    ... or endangered. The regulatory burden on business needs additional study, Tipton said, noting that the Small Business Administration estimates the cost of regulation at $2 trillion annually. The nation's labor-participation rate of 67.4 percent and ...

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  16. Lendio Announces Inaugural Winners of Faces of Main Street Photography...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Faces of Main Street, a photography and story competition, that features submittals of inspiring stories of over 28 million small business owners and entrepreneurs from across America, announced its first three winners. The competition, powered by Lendio, a free online service that helps business owners find the right small business loans within minutes, launched over a month ago with the mission to showcase their emotional stories through photos and stories.

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  17. Will printing money save the Euro?Read the original story

    Yesterday | John Redwood's Diary

    The Euro is a political project. It may masquerade as a high design created by independent and talented experts, but in the end it will be judged by unruly electorates by whether it helps make them more prosperous or not.

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  18. His own gridRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Marshall Independent

    Jay Johnson was sweeping freshly-fallen snow off the roof of an outbuilding on a farm north of Clarkfield Wednesday morning. Under his feet and inside the shed, members of his crew were installing power inverters, running wires and readying solar panels for their work ahead.

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  19. Highlights from PM Lee Hsien Loong's live Q&A on FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... work. I will post about it on FB soon, so that more Singaporeans learn about what you are doing! Q: I run a small business with my girlfriend and we are having a very hard time finding Singaporeans who are willing to work entry-level jobs. Most of ...

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  20. Local business sign stolen, found three months later through social mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Augustine Record

    When Joyce Hayes, co-owner of The Starving Artist, posted a picture of a man holding her stolen business sign to Facebook Monday, she didn't expect the sign to be found less than 24 hours later. She also didn't expect it to be returned to her shop on Cuna Street in downtown St. Augustine by the suspect's parents.

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