Monthly Archives: August 2013

Innovation

Recently, INC Magazine and Wired.com have done blog posts on innovation, and both run the risk of losing the trees in the forest. It seems to us that if you don’t innovate, you die as a company, because you’ve got … Continue reading

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Business Crowdfunders Face Investor Liability Minefield

Entrepreneur.com recently published a post on use of crowdfunding by businesses, which is a topic that’s really been underreported. Traditionally, if a business, whether startup or ongoing, wanted to attract investor capital, it had to comply with Securities and Exchange … Continue reading

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Watch Out for Underreporting of Revenues and Taxable Income

irs announces program to match small business credit card and total receipts. Continue reading

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Pivoting From Obamacare

Well, just as we’re trashing all things Obamacare (other than delaying the employer mandate to do it), comes word via the Wall St. Journal (Adam Janofsky, Sarah Needleman’s writing partner on Small Business) that a few hardy businessmen are hiring … Continue reading

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How to Find Free or Low Cost Training for New Business Owners

Sarah Needleman, writing in the Wall Street Journal online site, wsj.com, has done a good post on finding low cost or free assistance if you’re just starting your business. We as the American School didn’t get mentioned in the article, … Continue reading

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