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Jun
14
2010

Tax-saving Bill for Spas Proposed in Senate

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If the Small Business Tax Equalization and Compliance Act is passed, spas would receive a tax credit to offset the matching Social Security and Medicare taxes they pay on tips. Find out how to play your part in helping it pass!

May
26
2010

Business Success, Part III: Strategies for Success

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By: Cathy Christensen

Whether yours is an established spa or a new one, it is important to have some nitty-gritty strategies to take it to the next level.

May
26
2010

How is Your Spa Quality?

By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane

Take a 20-step test to learn about your spa quality.

Apr
28
2010

Business Success, Part II: Elements of Staying on Top

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By: Cathy Christensen

The process of maintaining business success requires a combination of focus, outlook and staying hungry.

Mar
30
2010

Adding On to the Bottom Line

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By: Cathy Christensen

Architectural add-ons, such as guest rooms, salt caves and tea rooms, could increase client loyalty--and your bottom line.

Mar
30
2010

Business Success Part 1: What Makes a Successful Company?

Cygalle Healing Spa
By: Cathy Christensen

As the recession lifts, now is the time to push ahead for future success.

Mar
26
2010

Teeth-whitening Legislation

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By: Lauren Williamson

Teeth whitening seems like a simple treatment, but if you're not a dentist, you could be setting your spa up for trouble.

Feb
24
2010

Planning Your Financial Future

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By: William J. Lynott

Investing in solid financial ideas will help keep your future secure.

Feb
22
2010

10 Tips for Small Business Success

Along with the launch of a new, free resource of small business information, BizMove.com also offers 10 pieces of advice to help ensure small business success.

Jan
29
2010

Recession-proof Your Practice

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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS

History has taught that affordability and quick results are the keys to success during a down economy. How do these fit in to your practice?