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By: Mark E. Battersby
Created as part of the Affordable Care Act, a little-known tax credit is already benefiting businesses with 25 or fewer employees.
By: Mary Richter
Take an inspiration break to renew your passion for the industry in order to spark creativity in your daily work.
By: Monte Zwang
Learn the importance of utilizing tools and systems for cost and cash control, communicating with your financial advisors, and continually evaluating and updating your financial plans.
By: Monte Zwang
If you are like most skin care professionals, your relationship with the financial aspects of your business may provide more questions than answers.
By: Sandy “Claus” Chapin
It's time to start planning to attend next year's event, which takes place March 22–24, 2014, in the Skyline Ballroom at McCormick Place in Chicago.
By: Lori Crete
The first step in charging what you're worth is valuing what you provide with confidence.
December 9, 2013 from 11AM–4PM Repêchage will be holding the annual Network Power Lunch—Champagne Brunch.
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: Kevin Kuhlman
Individuals and small businesses will have some new opportunities and many new responsibilities beginning next year.
By: Deedee Crossett
These 10 thrifty tips will help you make frugal decisions without affecting the quality of your business!