We’re in the throes of tax season, and IRS- and tax-related scams are going into overdrive.
When we encourage more people to have ideas, voice them, and pursue them, the more opportunities we create for everyone.
I think that small business owners must sometimes feel like contestants in The Hunger Games, except that there’s never a winner. I say this because it seems like small business owners are always running around like crazy with a target on their backs.
If only there were a way for small businesses to benefit from a little bit of this SuperBowl madness. Well, there is.
We call it social media, but is it stripping our youth of true social skills and will that be a handicap for their career success?
If we admit to ourselves that the last week is going to be low key, we can find projects and activities that fit well into that environment.
Gun law is an issue that some mom-and-pops need to consider.
Small businesses often find allowing their employees to bring their furry-four-legged friends to work is a unique and valuable employee benefit -- something they can’t get from a large company.
Entrepreneurs are often eternal optimists, which is good, but it can mean not seeing the blaring red flags. An advisory board is a cost-effective solution.
While many may complain about this recovery, at least small businesses seem to be holding on to the lessons it taught us.