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Business Owner’s Guide to Buy-Sell Agreements One of the most overlooked necessities of owning a business – or even part of a business – is having something called a business buy-sell agreement. 
This free online business workshop will help you determine the financial needs for your small business.
When looking for work, freelancers find the Internet a double-edged sword. While it seems to simplify the hunt for opportunities, it has also given rise to both lowball bidders and opportunities that border on fraud. That’s why freelancers have been getting savvier and more selective in
5 Growth-Stage Slipups That can Sink Your Business Congratulations! You’ve got a business up and running, and things are going well. You’re starting to grow quickly, hiring people and thinking about adding other products or services. Now comes the hard part. Why? Because the skills that entrepreneurs need to start a business are not
Looking for Help? Go Virtual Before you sign away your profits by leasing more office space, take a minute to consider saving money by hiring virtual employees. Using virtual employees not only helps conserve expenses involved in providing physical space for employees, it can also increase your options for finding quality
Whether you’re an online seller or a brick-and-mortar retailer, if you’re shipping goods to consumers and don’t know how and when to choose the most affordable shipping carriers for your business, you could be losing money.  This webinar will help you determine the
How Your Construction Business Can Save Time and Money This Year Are you simply sick looking back at the wreckage left in the wake of the housing bubble’s burst or are you determined to look forward toward accelerating your construction business? We offer you the tools and tricks to save time and money while actually growing your construction business in
50 Tips for Business Owners MassMutual and SCORE are pleased to provide you with 50 Tips for Business Owners. In partnership since 2011, our goal has been to help educate business owners on how to bring their ideas to life, all while helping them protect what matters most.
Entertainment Expenses: What Can You Deduct? One of the nice things about running your own business is that you can take a tax deduction for 50 percent of expenses related to entertaining clients, customers or employees. There are, of course, rules. For example, you can deduct entertainment expenses only if they are both “ordinary
How to Create and Sustain Competitive Advantage Most business owners and startup entrepreneurs know that their survival and success depends on maintaining a competitive advantage of some kind.

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