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Office Renovation On A Budget: Part One

Office Renovation On A Budget- Part One

I posted a pic of my office on FB in all it’s brown, wood paneled glory and asked ‘to paint or not to paint’. Everyone, except the interior designer, said NO PAINT. So, I didn’t paint but am trying to make it fit my personality more, since right now all that wood panel makes me […]

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Social Media Management Made Easy with Viraltag

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Handling your own marketing and social media management as a business owner can be time-consuming, I’ve used many scheduling tools! Thanks to a friend, I’ve discovered Viraltag and I have to admit, it’s pretty cool. Being able to schedule social media content ahead of time is really important because it frees up your time to do other […]

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Score A-List Public Relations For Your Brand On A Shoestring Budget

Karen Taylor Bass You Want Caviar

For almost three decades Karen Taylor Bass (www.karentaylorbass.com) has taken a solid approach to creating unique media campaigns, taking under-performing or unknown brands from obscurity to notoriety. She has created strategic public relations, branding, and marketing campaigns for corporations, luxury brands, celebrities, athletes, and entrepreneurs. The shortlist includes: Arrested Development, Stevie Wonder, D’Angelo, Jill Scott, Massive Attack, […]

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How Obama’s New Overtime Rule May Affect You

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Everyone wants to be paid fairly for the work they do at their jobs on a daily basis, and ensuring that happens is one of several reasons why the U.S Department of Labor was created. But the recent announcement of the new overtime rule, which was announced on May 18, has left many with questions […]

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4 Crucial Investments for Small Business Success

4 Crucial Investments for Small Business Success

When you run a small business, it can be difficult to determine what is worth investing in and what isn’t. This is because small businesses typically have less capital to work with when deciding what to invest in to get to the next level. The next time you are trying to decide what to invest […]

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Small Business: What Is, and Isn’t, Tax Deductible

Small Business- What Is, and Isn’t, Tax Deductible

No matter what type of business you run, you will incur expenses. The good news is that most business expenses are tax deductible, which reduces the amount of income tax and self-employment tax you might owe over the course of a year. Most business owners know that self-employment tax can be a killer. Unlike employees […]

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