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Educational Articles

We’ve curated some of our favorite business-related articles here. Learn more about a broad range of topics by visiting the links below.

Don’t Be Among the Internal Revenue Service’s Dirty Dozen (88k PDF) See the 2013 Edition

Avoid these 12 bad tax filing practices which garner negative attention from the IRS. The IRS publishes a new list each year.

Telemarketing Tips: Cooling Down Angry Customers

Listen, reword and embrace opportunities.


Top 25 Small Business Tips from Leading Industry Experts in the US

Could you use some helpful small business tips to grow your new or existing business?

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7 Ways to Use Focus Groups for Audience Analysis

Using focus groups to gather data about your target audience.

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Business Growth in Ten Minutes a Day Is Possible

Business growth is an exciting and a long term effort, but you can do it in just ten minute segments every day.

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Year-End Tax Tips

Five tips that could save you money before 2010 comes to a close.

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit for Employers

Information from the IRS’ regarding available federal Tax Credits on medical costs for small businesses.

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106 Twitter Guides – From Newbie to Expert

This comprehensive list of helpful articles will get you tweeting in no time.

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Small Business Saturday

A day to come together in support of the businesses that are the heartbeat of our communities and local economies.

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Seven Easy Steps to Using Online Resources to Promote Your Event

There are seven easy steps to promote your event so that attendees get the bang for their buck.

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Get Money: 5 Things to Know Before Seeking Venture Capital

Expert advice and resources for entrepreneurs who want to raise financing for their business.

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What Financial Reform Means for You

Understanding the Financial Reform Bill and the greatest of its effects on consumers.