Top Trends to Watch for 2009

Savvy small business owners should be keeping a close eye on upcoming changes. Here to help keep you prepared and informed are the Top Trends to watch for 2009.

1.      Tighter Credit Lines. Even if you have great credit and make all your payments on time, banks might reduce your credit line or increase interest rates for reasons as erroneous as having the wrong business partner ...

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Big Changes Coming in 2009

Big Changes Coming in 2009

As the last few months of 2008 wind down, savvy business owners should begin preparing for big changes coming in 2009. Not only will the nation see a new President take office but corporations and business owners of all sizes are likely to begin feeling increased pressure due to these tough trends:

1.      A rough economy. The stock ...

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Taxing Small Business Owners Above $250,000

Taxing Small Business Owners Above $250,000

If Democrats have their way Obama’s small business tax plan will go into effect whether he wins the Presidential nomination or not; what Joe the Plumber has come to know is likely to impact every small to mid-sized company in the nation. If you are a little confused about the exact details then don’t worry – you aren’t alone. The fact is, ...

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Are Your Workers Employees or Contractors?

Many small business owners really aren’t sure whether or not their workers are employees or contractors. In fact, some contractors would be surprised to learn they actually are considered employees by government standards; unfortunately, even the most well intentioned small business owners could be at risk for costly lawsuits by making even a simple mistake when it comes to properly classifying workers. Here to help determine whether your worker is an employee or contractor ...

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Obama Likely to Bring Big Changes to Small Business

By the time you are reading this the nation will have selected a new President. Whether you voted for Obama or not, one lasting legacy he will certainly have upon the small business landscape is the pending legislation known as the Obama-Durbin Independent Classification Act or ICPCA.

The ICPCA is expected to pass into law by the overwhelmingly Democratic congress early next year in response to a growing trend toward ...

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