Monthly Archives: July 2013

Just Because You’ve Done It, Doesn’t Mean You Can Do It

Norm Brodsky, who writes a regular column for INC, is someone we read regularly and normally agree with, but not with his column about the multi-time pizza store owner who decided to go upmarket. There are a variety of things … Continue reading

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How Companies Can Get Smart About Raising Prices

Raising prices can be difficult; do it right. Continue reading

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Car 4 of the Trainwreck

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8 Expenses You Can Stop Paying Today

NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business) publishes a good magazine and comes up with good blog articles periodically (no pun intended) Here are the 8 expenses (with our take on them) : 1. Telephone service: we don’t entirely agree; landlines … Continue reading

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Obamacare Employer Mandate? Never Mind

there are problems with the obamacare employer mandate delay Continue reading

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Surviving a Succession Without a Plan

Adriana Gardella has written an interesting post, about two sisters who inherited their family firm and had no idea what to do with it. However, the post is almost as interesting for what it omits: 1. I’m sure the sisters … Continue reading

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