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Unlike last year, tax planning for 2013 is not hampered by uncertainties over looming fiscal cliff. Unfortunately, there is always some uncertainty and a few expiring provisions to warrant special attention by taxpayers.
By: Ashley Ludgood
The online nature of today's social-sphere can seem daunting; yet, it is necessary to compete in any modern market.
By: Lydia Sarfati
There are measures that can be taken in order to make sure your facility is using the most beneficial equipment for both yourself and your clients.
By: Cathy Christensen
Take time out of your week to plan profitable for the upcoming holiday season.
By: Meredith Foster
Thorough consultations; rebooking immediately; rewarding and offering incentives will result in increased client retention.
By: Gordon Miller
Social media use can be a big issue, especially when it comes to your company's brand positioning and message.
By: Kevin Kuhlman
Individuals and small businesses will have some new opportunities and many new responsibilities beginning next year.
By: Allan Share
Space allocation and compensation must be addressed for retail success.
By: Sara Daly
Cultivate your events with care, and you will reap rewards that surpass the event itself.
By: Deedee Crossett
These 10 thrifty tips will help you make frugal decisions without affecting the quality of your business!