How much?

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5 things to know about your commercial property’s tax assessment When James and Debbie Stephens opened their tax notice, they found that the assessment of the value of their Johnston auto repair business and automotive dealership had increased by $36,000 — from $426,000 in 2015 to … Continued

The concerns of off-site email

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If your email provider suffers a breach or data loss, what are your security or recovery options? In the world of small-business management, the one budget that lives up to the moniker is in information technology (IT). As imperative as technology is to … Continued

Avoid huge employee vacation balances

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Experts suggest business owners have a firm vacation and rollover policy. Most full-time employees, about 86 percent according to the Society of Human Resources Management, will have between six and 20 vacation days each year if they work for a business that offers paid … Continued

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‘Unlimited Memory’ Do you ever feel like you’re too busy, too stressed or just too distracted to concentrate and get work done? In “Unlimited Memory,” you’ll learn how the world’s best memory masters get themselves to concentrate at will, anytime they want. When you … Continued

Creating an operating plan

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4 answers to questions about this vital business document for your small business Nan Earll records her baked goods and candy store’s income and expenses two to three times a week. While she doesn’t have a strict budget, Earll knows which products do well, … Continued

LinkedIn doesn’t care about cool

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It is for furthering one’s career and discovering potential employers. If you are privy to the sways of pop culture and technology, you are probably aware of how uncool LinkedIn is. Don’t buy into that. Yes, LinkedIn isn’t “cool,” but when it comes … Continued