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Oct
26
2009

Insurance Wise

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By: Katie Armitage

Without the correct insurance coverage, you may find yourself in the middle of a real life courtroom drama.

Oct
22
2009

Deadline for Equipment Deductions: December 31

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Section 179 of the IRS tax codes offers equipment deductions in 2009 under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, something spa owners are eligible for if they invested in equipment this year.

Jun
29
2009

The Financial Abundance Factor

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By: Jamie Scalise

Increase the abundance of profits in your spa by implementing a few mind-set and method changes.

Jun
16
2009

Chapter 4: The Financial Abundance Factor

By: Jamie Scalise

This article is an unedited chapter from Jamie Scalise’s unpublished book The Power of Three Method: How to Upgrade Your Spa/Salon Income Without Selling.

Jun
09
2009

Insuring Your Risk Management

Use this listing of companies from Skin Inc. magazine's Buyer's Guide to help protect your business from risks, and learn how to protect yourself when writing for your spa.

Jun
01
2009

Lipstick Effect Replaced by Austerity Chic?

Skin care is actually the beauty category where women are spending the same or more, Mintel reports.

May
22
2009

Economic Perceptions on the Rise

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NPD Group, Inc. reports that consumer perceptions of the economy are moving in a more positive direction, possibly meaning an increase in client visits in the near future.

Apr
28
2009

How to Manage a Spa in Turbulent Times

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By: Ada S. Polla

Now is the time to employ spa-saving strategies to survive the economic recession.

Mar
26
2009

Profitability--Proven Steps to Ensuring a Healthy Bottom Line

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By: Melinda Minton

Keep a sharp eye on all aspects of your business to help it remain vital and successful.

Mar
13
2009

A Primer to Taxes and the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008

By: Cathy Christensen

On Oct. 3, 2008, Congress passed—and 90 minutes later, former President George W. Bush signed into law—the historic financial markets bailout bill. The bill includes more than 100 tax provisions and in excess of $150 billion in separate tax breaks.