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Friday, June 04, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Here we are again - another Friday, another link roundup.

It was interesting to see a WSJ article about employers loaning money to employees who were in a bind - the most recent issue of Self-Employed had a similar story. Denise O'Berry had tips on how to avoid falling for small business "get rich quick" scams, while SmallBusinessNewz encourages small business owners to use hyperlinks in online press releases.

You're the Boss featured an emotional post about doing what you truly love (full disclosure: I do cry at commercials, but the post is still worth a read for those of you who don't!). The NYT also noted that Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke is calling on banks to increase lending to small businesses. If you have adult children younger than age 26, be sure to check out our guide to the dependent coverage provision of the health care reform law.

[Need a Loan? Ask the Boss]
[Lending A Hand]
[Don’t Fall for Get Rich Quick Small Business Scams]
[Why Wouldn't You Include Links in Your Press Releases?]
[Are You Doing What You Truly Love?]
[Fed Chief Urges Banks to Do More for Small Business]
[Insurance Coverage For Young Adults: A Guide To Health Reform Changes]


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