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The ABCs of IRAs, SEPs, And Other Retirement Plans
Long-range planning is a wise idea even in difficult financial times. While micro-business owners have their hands full juggling inventories, meeting customer demands and studying balance sheets, they should also be planning for retirement.
The ABCs of IRAs, SEPs, And Other Retirement Plans, . Even for the one-person micro-business, retirement planning is not just a one-product-fits-all, take, covers the basics about the most popular retirement plan options for the micro-business owner, with an established profitable business. These plans require you to put in the same percentage of income each year, By Jan Norman Long-range planning is a wise idea even in difficult financial times. While micro-business owners have their hands full juggling inventories, meeting customer demands and studying

 

Main Street Or Wall Street? Why Not Both?
Posted by Kristie Arslan - It has become a time-honored tradition for politicians to claim they're looking out for "Main Street, not Wall Street." Capitol Hill is littered with proposals that are supposed to help small businesses compete in the marketplace and the Obama Administration has made this kind of messaging a key plank in their platform. As is often the case, the truth is not always, and making the tough business decisions required to compete in a challenging marketplace

 

Anchors Away
The failure of an anchor store can cause a shock that’s as much emotional as financial for surviving retailers. But, you can take action to mitigate the potential financial loss and improve the well-being of the surviving small retailers. Here’s how.
shop owners demonstrated that aggressive retailers can take action to spark business and turn, College’s Crummer Graduate School of Business in Winter Park, Fla. “Creating a good experience, initiatives mall management may be planning. “When an anchor leaves, developers often step up, percent of rent. Participate in any large scale promotions planned by management, on an airplane encountering turbulence—you know the pilot wants to keep the plane in the air as much

 

Transitioning From Employee To Business Owner
When the frustration of the daily grind or the thoughts that “I could do this and be my own boss” start to cross your mind, then it is time to sit down and plan how to get from the “here” of a job to the “there” of starting your own business.
Transitioning From Employee To Business Owner, business. Then you can dedicate your time and energy towards your own priorities. Have a Plan Leaving, of planning that should go into transitioning from full-time employment to business ownership. Many, out freelancing or working on your own business part time, write out a business plan. Have a business, this and be my own boss” start to cross your mind, then it is time to sit down and plan how to get from the “here” of a job to the “there” of starting your own business. Ready for a Change? Employment

 

JET LAG
Shake-ups across the air travel industry have given even the most seasoned travelers a newfound fear of flying.
Weary Business Travelers Look For Ways To Cut Flying Costs And Hassles By Kim O’Connor Shake, . The good news is that now more than ever, the power to plan a smooth trip is in your own hands. Learn how, . Many will even waive rebooking fees when your travel plans change due to, say, a client’s, . “Busy airports and full planes are not just the realm of peak holiday days anymore,” points out, .” Plan to arrive at the airport at the recommended time, and then pad your schedule with 10

 

Tax Talk Postcard - Centennial and Casper, WY
Seminar tour co-planners, NASE's Maureen Petron stands with Kristi Gunster It’s gorgeous country out here. A bright, sunny day for our seminar in Centennial, and then a four hour drive up to Casper, Wyoming. We decided to drive the four hours because we’d probably spend just as much time getting to the Denver airport and taking a puddle jumper up to Casper. Lots of flat land, with huge, to have the need to use the home office for administrative duties or business things at the home office

 

Find the Retirement Plan For You [IRS News]
Find the Retirement Plan For You [IRS News], of living when they stop working? While retirement plans are important for small business owners, business owners cited cost as the reason for not participating in a retirement plan, the confusing, of information on retirement plans, and even a nifty tool to see what the right retirement plan is for you. Planning ahead can be hard, but having a plan in place sounds like it makes things a little, mind a lot these days. However, after attending another IRS Small Business Forum this week

 

Making the Holidays Happy for the Self-Employed Business Owner
The season leading up to the winter holidays—Christmas, New Year’s, and whatever else you might celebrate—can be stressful, both personally and for your small business. If you work in any field that sells goods or services for the holidays, from haircuts to gift-able goods to parties, you probably depend on this time of year for a good chunk of your income. Plus, you may have your own family obligations, shopping, and parties to attend. Add it all together, and most of us would really like to take a long holiday break during the holidays.
Making the Holidays Happy for the Self-Employed Business Owner, problems. Everything must be fine because no one is calling you! Planning the perfect escape Plan, for micro business owners. Planning a vacation is a great way to take care of the most important asset, celebrate—can be stressful, both personally and for your small business. If you work in any field, to take a long holiday break during the holidays. When starting a business, your own health, and the health of your company, you need to replenish your energy so you can continue building your business

 

Succession Planning
Succession Planning, Posted by Molly Nelson - Have you given any thought to who would run your business if you were unable to? If not, you may want to consider making a plan sooner rather than later. According to OPEN Forum, "many times, a business that is financially sound suffers because the owner did not plan for what's going to happen upon his or her disability or death." Read the whole article for more planning advice, and be sure to ask the consultants at ShopTalk and EstateTalk any other questions

 

Washington Watch - March 14, 2012
Administration has made this kind of messaging a key plank in their platform. As is often the case, . They're paying taxes and making the tough business decisions required to compete in a challenging, , and find out how you can join the fight for micro-business

 

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