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7 tips for maintaining mental wellness in the workplace

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Whether you’re an employee or a business owner, work-related stress is the most major source of stress for American adults. According to a 2020 Mental Health America …

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What you need to know about financial reporting

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In business, it’s not always a great idea to follow your gut. When it comes to making financial decisions, hard data can help you remain objective. …

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Accounting experts reveal 5 signs your books aren’t ready for tax season

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Small business owners have a lot to think about at the start of the year. For most, tax season is near the top of the list. …

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What’s the difference between a 1099 & a W-2?

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1099s and W-2s are the tax forms employers use to report wages and taxes withheld for different workers. 1099 workers are also known as self-employed workers …

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Today’s gig workers are tomorrow’s business owners, says new survey

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2020 has been a tough year for small businesses. Many have felt the impact of the coronavirus—it’s hit some harder than others. During a time when …

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A small business owner’s guide to going digital

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I started watching “Get Organized with The Home Edit” on Netflix and purchased several boxes of velvet hangers before I finished the first episode. I ordered …

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How the coronavirus affected small businesses in 2020

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No doubt about it, 2020 was a wild ride. And that’s especially true for small business owners. In early spring, the coronavirus pandemic forced thousands of …

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Small business owners say you should outsource these 3 tasks

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The majority of people who plan to start a business within the next 12 months say the coronavirus influenced their decision. 28% said the pandemic accelerated their plans to start …

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How a higher minimum wage can benefit workers and employers in 2020

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  “Back to the Future Part II” predicted hoverboards, flying cars, and self-tying shoes by 2015. Today, we’re a little bit closer to producing (granted, less …

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Here’s what the new overtime rule will mean for your business

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The Department of Labor’s new overtime rule takes effect on January 1, 2020. Here’s what to expect and how to prepare.  We’ve written about it again and again and again (20 times, …

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Mom-preneurs put in 100-hour weeks—and still feel stressed on Mother’s Day

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We’re in the midst of National Small Business Week, and over the years, we’ve learned that business owners wake up way too early, work weekends, and don’t vacation nearly enough. …