Denied a Small Business Loan? Try Alternative Lenders

If you were denied a small business loan, it may be for a good reason. As we discussed in some of our previous posts including ‘Small Business Lending is Booming’; ‘4 Tips to Secure a Small Business Loan’; and...

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Marketing and Politics: Not Too Different in 2019

The way we market has completely changed in recent years. Not only have trends in marketing shifted, so too have trends in social media. But of course, marketing isn't the only thing that has changed how social media looks...

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We Use Gig Workers. Why You Could Too

As opposed to long-term and retained talent, gig workers provider short-term support when you need it. These workers are key to enabling us to effectively delegate. Consequently, we can focus most on building our business. If you are not...

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HRA Changes: What Every Small Business Should Know

The HRA changes can mean big things for Small Businesses. Why? The new HRA changes allow small businesses to fund employee premiums, using the individual health insurance market. Of the crazy things proposed to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, this...

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3 out of 4 Small Businesses Were Successes Last Year

According to SmallBizTrends, 3 out 4 of small business reported that they were successful last year. Were you one of them? If so, you have some planning to do. If not, you may have some fixing to do.  The...

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How Small Businesses Can Help Each Other Succeed

We all buy products and services every day. Why not try to purchase these from other small businesses so we can help each other succeed. This strategy has worked in immigrant communities for years. While it may not be cost-effective at first,...

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How Not to Get Hooked by a Phishing Attack

Getting hooked by phishing attacks are costly.  In fact, the average cyber attack costs small businesses $53,987. Phishing attacks are the most common. So, how do you not get hooked by one? We created a short video, highlighting the key...

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How Can NYC Help Small Businesses

“NYC is one of the BEST cities for Small Business”.  While this is true, NYC can always do better to help small businesses.  If we wish to continue using tax incentives to drive economic growth, we may need...

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Three Awesome Tips For Cutting Costs in Your Small Business

Even when the economy or your business is going strong, cutting costs in your small business is never a bad idea.  In fact, here are three awesome tips for cutting cost. The economy is hit or miss — one minute it’s up,...

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Small Business Cyber Security & Why Be Concerned

Small business cyber security & attacks rarely make the news, but small businesses are among the biggest targets. Having had to deal with one ourselves, we know.  In fact, “43% of cyber-attacks target small businesses” according to the Verizon...

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