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Working In The Trenches
While the military hones traits for success, many veterans need assistance to launch viable micro-businesses. Free and low-cost options exist. Here’s a roundup of services available for vets.
and Business Ownership in the Veteran Population.” The study found: More veterans started or planned new, counseling for business plans and entrepreneurial workshops. All veterans may work directly, , such as developing a five-year business plan and analyzing a plan’s strengths and weaknesses, whether a business plan needs revision. VBOCs also assist with international trade, franchising, Internet, ) This 14-month program offers courses in financing, legal issues, marketing, business plan development and more

 

Riding Self-Employment
Laura Mauck is the Co-Owner & Communications Director of Juggernaut Cargo Bikes in Denver, Colorado. Juggernaut Cargo Bikes was born from Laura’s experiences in urban planning, architecture and design. These influences came together to create a handcrafted and precision-engineered product that is practical, effective, and beautiful.
. Juggernaut Cargo Bikes was born from Laura’s experiences in urban planning, architecture, ago when we applied for and received the small business Growth Grant. What inspired you to enter your current field? We were inspired to start our business because of our backgrounds and our love of biking. My partner Jeff is a designer and urban planner and my other partner, Dan, is a real estate, the United States. When and why did you start your business? We started our business in 2017 after

 

Micro-Businesses Want A National Energy Policy
Fifty percent of micro-business owners have made efforts to reduce their energy costs by implementing energy-saving measures in their home and business, according to a study undertaken by the NASE.
climate, saving on energy costs remains a priority for many small business owners. Fifty percent of micro-business owners have made efforts to reduce their energy costs by implementing energy-saving measures in their home and business, according to a study undertaken by the NASE. Forty percent, or business. In light the current oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, 59 percent of small business, business owners in regards to the components of a national energy policy were closely divided between

 

The NASE Presents $20,000 Achievement Award To Member
The flying flips of athletes on the high bar are common sights at Springers Gymnastics Center in Ellsworth, Maine. A rarer sight for owner Doug Springer is the $20,000 check he received from the NASE as this year’s Achievement Award recipient.
, Springer plans to use the achievement award money to add a new facet to his business. He’s investing, Award recipient. After receiving a $4,193 NASE Business Development Grant in June 2009, Springer, small-business practices and contribution to local youth, health and community development, the NASE awarded him the $20,000 Achievement Award. Building His Business Gymnastics has been a part, duty, Springer and Kristel planned, designed and opened Springers Gymnastics Center in May 2005

 

7 Benefits Small Businesses Bring to a Community
As an entrepreneur, you recognize you are providing a valuable service to your consumers or customers. In fact, you are passionate about giving high-quality goods or services to each one you interact with. Having your own small business pays the bills, gives you freedom, and allows you a creative outlet. And while being a small business owner or self-employed may be fraught with difficulties, there are reasons your work is vital for more than your family.
on Twitter, all serve as strategic marketing plans for your business. This brings new eyes to your smart, with. Having your own small business pays the bills, gives you freedom, and allows you a creative outlet. And while being a small business owner or self-employed may be fraught with difficulties, A micro business owner pays taxes to their township and state. Keeping these funds in the area allows, schools, hospitals, and sidewalks for your town. When you purchase from a resident’s business

 

7 Democrats have a plan to make Obamacare cheaper. Here’s how. (VOX)
The Obamacare repeal effort is dead. But the Obamacare reform effort is just beginning. One of the most interesting examples of the reform effort are the "copper plans" being proposed in the Expanded Consumer Choice Act, which is being pushed by seven moderate Senate Democrats: Mark Begich, Mark Warner, Heidi Heitkamp, Tim Kaine, Mary Landrieu, Angus King, and Joe Manchin.
7 Democrats have a plan to make Obamacare cheaper. Here’s how. (VOX), of insurance product: a "copper plan," that is both skimpier, and more affordable, than the plans being offered today. Obamacare names its insurance tiers after metals: there are the platinum plans, ." A lot of major business groups back the copper plan. The Council for Affordable Health Coverage, of the most interesting examples of the reform effort are the "copper plans" being proposed, reform package. What's a copper plan? Medicoverage.com The Expanded Consumer Choice Act

 

Small Business Stimulus?
Small Business Stimulus?, Posted by Molly Nelson - Independent Street notices that some states are creating their own stimulus plans, with many including funds for small business development.

 

Emergency Preparedness Planning
Emergency Preparedness Planning, , your employees and your business isn't going to help, either. This thorough BusinessWeek article offers some great ideas to help you create a continuity plan for your business to prepare for the swine flu, or another emergency situation. Creating a plan now will likely save you time, Posted by Molly Nelson - Is your business prepared for a potential swine flu pandemic? Although, in continuity planning, or additional helpful resources you have come across, in the comments

 

Four Ways To Hug A Tree
Maybe you don’t have time to save a forest or rescue a whale. But, you can still do your part to protect the environment while sitting in your home office swivel chair. Paying a little attention to what you buy and how you use or dispose of products in your office could make the Earth a better place – and save you some money, too.
. For example, the printer paper and business stationery you use might be 100-percent recycled, buy envelopes, day planners, even calendars made of recycled paper. Remember to promote the fact

 

Ask The Experts: Tax Planning
Q: Before I started my small business I worked for a construction company. The owner and the bookkeeper always spent the last few days of each year with “tax planning.” I am not sure what they were doing. Should I be considering some year-end planning for my business?
Ask The Experts: Tax Planning, Read this article in PDF form here. Q: Before I started my small business I worked, planning.” I am not sure what they were doing. Should I be considering some year-end planning for my business? A: The easy answer is yes, you should certainly sit down at the end of each year and review your overall financial and tax situation. Most tax planning ideas lose their effectiveness as soon as the New Year’s Eve Party hits midnight. In other words, very few tax planning ideas

 

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