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Investment Choices
Q: How can I select investments that are best for me and my micro-business? A: Before you select investments, you must identify your short-term and long-term needs, your appetite for financial risk, and your personal circumstances (age, children, financial state of your business, etc, investments to you. Using a fee-only financial planner is the best way to be certain that your needs are the top priority. Find a planner you feel comfortable with and one who will freely discuss all fees

 

401(k) Calculator
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TaxTalk Postcard - Salem, MA
Tackling our first tax seminar of 2010 in Salem, Oregon I love tax season because I enjoy getting out to talk to self-employed business owners about what they do. Unfortunately, I also have a bit of a reputation around the office for cutting it close when it comes to arriving at the airport. I, hometown of Dallas. After I got through security, I ran to the gate and got directly on the plane. Let's, involved tax ID numbers. One business owner asked if it was necessary to open a business bank account

 

National Association for the Self-Employed Awards $24K in Small Business Growth Grants
Six small businesses have been awarded a total of $24,000 in Growth Grants from the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community. These small businesses were announced as first and second quarter 2018 Growth Grant recipients. Throughout 2018, NASE will hand out a total of $48,000 in grants to small businesses from across the country.
National Association for the Self-Employed Awards $24K in Small Business Growth Grants, -Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business, across the country. “America’s small business and self-employed community is the lifeblood of our, has been finding the best ways to directly offer support to help these business continue to grow, and is owned by NASE member Elisa Tiffee, who is originally from Plano, TX. Cinnaholic in Dallas is a bakery, effective way to bolster success for small business and self-employed members in communities across

 

Top 5 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make
The path to starting a small business is rocky. Whether you’re establishing yourself as a freelancer or trying to get a new business up and running, there are a few trip hazards to watch for along the way. Some mistakes are small, and part of the learning curve for self-employed careers. Others can leave you flat on your face if you aren’t watching where you step.
Top 5 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make, business journey. Mistake #1: Winging it. Benjamin Franklin said it best: “If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.” A business plan is an essential guide for decision-making and growth. A business plan can be long and detailed or begin as a brief “executive summary,” but the point, the process, and BPlans.com offers an array of example business plans and free templates to help you get, is a central component to your business plan. It will outline your product differentiation strategy, the key

 

Retirement Plans & Strategies
Gene Perret once said of retirement, “It’s nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to get along with less cheese.” One of the greatest fears as a business owner or a self-employed entrepreneur is the inevitable time at which they will have to step away from everything they have created. As the owner of a consulting business and a financial planner for the last 6 years, I often meet with business owners to help design their retirement packages. The truth is, there are quite a number of options for retirement plans, and most of my clients are not even aware of most of the types of retirement accounts available. In this article, we will discuss the various types of retirement plans and offer insights into a few strategies that are commonly used by small business owners and self-employed entrepreneurs. For the sake of brevity and clarity, this article will only cover retirement plans and strategies available to for-profit businesses.
Retirement Plans & Strategies, , but for a business owner they offer unique options for retirement planning. These plans can be funded quickly, and a financial planner for the last 6 years, I often meet with business owners to help design, by those who only work in their own business. An individual can use one or multiple retirement plans, for a large corporation, you have had the option to contribute to a 401(k) plan. These plans allow, with the SIMPLE plan is that the employer is required to contribute, even if the employees do not. If the business

 

Washington Watch - May 23, 2012
, and Under Armour (founder Kevin Plank was a guest at this year’s National Small Business Week, National Small Business Week Highlights Continued Issues With Access To Capital National Small Business week kicked off on Sunday, May 20th with the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) annual, on behalf of the small business community over the past year, it also provides a forum to recognize what still can be done to support small-business growth in our country. One of the biggest issues

 

Unprepared For Your Golden Years?
Whether you’re decades from retirement or only days, have operated a micro-business for years or are just launching one, you’ll find tools and resources here to shore up your future.
such as: ■ Retirement savings ■ Small-business pension plan options ■ Types of retirement plansPlan, a plan that best suits your business. Those with a retirement plan already in place can find, on retirement planning and stepping through other tools such as comparing retirement plans, -business owners and even individuals just starting a business have one eventual goal in common: retirement, to work. Planning for retirement requires more than comparing your anticipated expenses

 

How Small Businesses Prepare for the Holidays and Plan for the New Year
When it comes to the holiday season, small business owners have a lot to do. Not only do you need to be ready for the biggest shopping days of the year, but you also have to plan ahead for the new year.
How Small Businesses Prepare for the Holidays and Plan for the New Year, by brainstorming business growth plans with employees and staff and openly communicating ideas while setting, When it comes to the holiday season, small business owners have a lot to do. Not only do you need to be ready for the biggest shopping days of the year, but you also have to plan ahead for the new year. According to Deloitte’s 2018 Holiday Shopping Survey, over 70% of Americans planned to do, that is business management over the holiday season. Effective Communication with Customers

 

Planning To Survive: Disaster Preparedness For Small Businesses
After a natural disaster or catastrophic accident, most news stories focus on individuals and families who suffered injuries, lost their homes or property, or lost loved ones. But after a few days, the TV cameras move on, and there is little exploration of the economic damage that emerges in the days and weeks that follow.
Planning To Survive: Disaster Preparedness For Small Businesses, not required to have emergency plans, it is good business sense to take all reasonable steps, business to plan for unpleasant events that may not even happen, but the exercise is a worthwhile, operations and to identify the information you’ll need to plan a rapid recovery. In the business, situations. You’ve worked hard to establish and grow your business. How will you fare should, is at risk. Most small businesses also do most of their business locally. The U.S. Small Business

 

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