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When Your Image is On the Line
written on February 25, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Building a winning team for your business
written on February 25, 2008 by Rich Dusky
Marketing Plans

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The Top Line It All Starts Here
written on February 25, 2008 by Tom Gilbride
Business Financial Planning

One of the three reports found in a standard set of financial statements is a profit and loss statement (P&L). This statement is also known as an income statement or statement of income. It tells you what the sales and expenses of the business were in a particular time period, usually a year. Once you subtract all of the expenses from sales you know whether or not you made profit. It sounds pretty simple but the rules of accounting make it a bit more complicated.



 

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Sales Do's and Dont's
written on February 21, 2008 by Roxanne Kaufman
Professional Advancement

Do Not ask permission to ask a question - as in, "Can I ask you a question?"  This introduction triggers a shut-down response from most prospects.

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How the web became Web 20
written on February 20, 2008 by Jason Therrien
Social Media

Web 2.0 refers to interactive features of the Internet that connect people and allow them to share common interests and content. A major component of Web 2.0 is social media, which is the focus of my discussion.

 

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Profit Cash Wealth Running Your Business by the Numbers
written on February 18, 2008 by Tom Gilbride
Business Financial Planning

A great business makes a profit and generates cash from those profits. It accumulates cash over time and can do so without much in the way of debt. It makes regular investments in R&D. Such a business pays its expenses and taxes and perhaps makes distributions to stockholders along the way. In doing these things the great business makes its owners wealthy.

 

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2008 Economic Stimulus Plan Forces Seniors to File In Order to Receive Rebates
written on February 18, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

The late decision to include seniors as part of the 2008 Economic Stimulus Plan is causing many seniors to consider filing a 2007 return. That is because only those individuals who file a 2007 return will be eligible to receive the rebate checks from the government. It has been estimated that some 20 million seniors could be eligible for the rebates.

 

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Disaster Recovery Planning
written on February 15, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Newly Improved Publication 17
written on February 11, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

The Internal Revenue Service has now included over 800 hyperlinks within Publication 17. This allows users of Publication 17 to access information more quickly. The hyperlinks are in both the pdf and HTML version. The HTML version is also accessible to the visually impaired. You can find both the pdf and HTML versions by going to www.IRS.gov.

 

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How to Attain Your Goals by Creating Your Lifes Opus
written on February 11, 2008 by Nicole Stika
Peer Advisory Groups

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The Millennial Generation and the Web
written on February 06, 2008 by Barb Cagley
Developing and Implementing a Website

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10 Tools and Tips for Podcasting
written on February 06, 2008 by Anita Campbell
A Checklist of Tools for Business

So you want to start a podcast series.  You have taken the time to develop a podcasting strategy.  And now you've decided to use audio messages to reach out to clients, prospects and the public.

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Cyber Crime Identity Theft Via Your Email
written on February 01, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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Help in Choosing a Tax Preparer
written on January 28, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

On February 20, 2008 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Stakeholder Liaison section is offering a free National Phone Forum on "Choosing a Tax Preparer." The seminar is designed for individuals, small business owners, industry associations and tax professionals.

 

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Check Your VoIP Readiness
written on January 24, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Trends in eMarketing
written on January 22, 2008 by Barb Cagley
Developing and Implementing a Website

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Is Your Website a Dead End
written on January 22, 2008 by Barb Cagley
Developing and Implementing a Website

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Telecom Checklist for Moving a Business
written on January 16, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Defining a Target Market
written on January 15, 2008 by Rich Dusky
Marketing Plans

Do you know who your best customers are? Do you know what segment of the population is most likely to buy your service or product?

 

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Outgoing Caller ID What Image are You Transmitting
written on January 15, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Tie Everyone Together
written on January 15, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Using Podcasts to Grow Your Business
written on January 14, 2008 by Anita Campbell

Barb Cagley of SCK threw down the gauntlet!  She asked me to share some of my secrets for using podcasts to market and grow a business.

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Technologies Home Based Businesses SHOULD BE considering today
written on January 14, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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IRS provides guidance on the highly debated issue of Independent Contractor vs Employee
written on January 14, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a fact sheet titled "Employment Taxes and Classifying Workers" (FS-2007-27). This fact sheet provides guidance on whether a worker should be classified as an independent contractor or an employee.

 

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Voice Over IP
written on January 14, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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