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How to Get Around Concerns Small Businesses Face Starting Out

Thursday 24 January 2013 | Guest

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Written by MyCorporation CEO, Deborah Sweeney Every year, over 500,000 small businesses are started which equals approximately one business starting up every minute. With the start of a new business comes plenty of excitement in working towards becoming a success, but alongside that enthusiasm business owners are taught to proceed with caution. Concerns both big and small will face a small business at some point in their lifespan and it’s important for the owner to know how to get around those ...

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The Twitter Guide to Great Customer Service

Monday 7 May 2012 | Jessica Kornfeind

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I have been on Twitter for a little over a year and I firmly believe that it holds a whole new future for how businesses, big and small, interact with their customers. As a consumer, great customer service is extremely important to me. I’m not afraid to pick up the phone or send an email to let a company know how I feel. Twitter is an even more efficient way to give and receive feedback.  Let's dig a little deeper. I’m a ...

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So, you want to file your small business taxes?

Wednesday 4 April 2012 | Guest

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By: Deborah Sweeney CEO of MyCorporation.com Tax payers have an extra two days of breathing room this year, with the due date for filing returns pushed back to April 17th, but nerves and confusion are still as high as ever. American tax law is ridiculously complex, especially for businesses. I always recommend that small business owners seek outside help from an accountant just to make sure they don’t miss anything. But if you feel confident enough to take a stab at your ...

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MycroBurst Helps Wounded Marine Brand Remarkable Business

Thursday 18 August 2011 | Keith J. Hamilton

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MycroBurst is proud of the dedicated men and women who protect the US at home and overseas. We are especially proud to see brave men like US Marine Sgt. Bret Evan McCauley return home and dedicate their lives to helping others. Twenty-eight-year-old McCauley has started a manufacturing company in Indianapolis, IN, called American Integrated Manufacturing (AIM). His goal is to employ disabled veterans from the area and put them to work in an environment designed for their various disabilities. AIM’s goal is ...

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12 Blogs Every Small Business Owner Should Read

Tuesday 9 November 2010 | Keith J. Hamilton

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Starting your own business is a very exciting prospect for many individuals. The desire to succeed is there. So is the commitment towards clients and the dedication to work hard. These are all good attributes and sure signs of a bright future for any company. However, there is one quintessential element for survival that all businesses big or small must be aware of and master – Knowledge. Knowledge relating to your industry; knowledge regarding your competitors; knowledge pertaining to your clients; ...

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