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Pet stores provide highly-specialized services. They might sell food, pet supplies and specialty care equipment. They might provide grooming, boarding and veterinary services. Let’s also not forget that many pet stores still lovingly sell animals or run adoption services.  READ MORE >>

It seemed like just another ordinary day for a small online retailer in the Midwest. Little did they know that the simple click of an e-mail link was about to threaten the entire business. One of the company’s employees received an e-mail with a link to a seemingly benign catalog. READ MORE >>

Yesterday, in a 246-177 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 6094, the “Regulatory Relief for Small Businesses, Schools, and Nonprofits Act,” by Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Michigan). The Big “I”-supported legislation seeks to delay implementation of the Department of Labor (DOL) overtime rule for six months until June 1, 2017. READ MORE >>

With each year that goes by, businesses are becoming more and more reliant on technological developments and how they streamline business processes. From big e-commerce corporations to the small clothing boutique that keeps an electronic record of customer information, almost every business uses computers, software and various other technological innovations to perform daily operations. READ MORE >>

New reports have been conducted by an insurance holding company named EMPLOYERS that showed a number of different risks that small businesses must be aware of in 2014 such as cyber security, healthcare affordability, and terrorism.  EMPLOYERS conducted this survey by sampling 502 small businesses that had fewer than 100 employees. READ MORE >>

There are numerous amounts of insurance policies that smaller businesses need to have including workers compensation for your employees, health insurance, and even liability coverage for third parties. In today’s society, however, there are other types of insurance that need to be considered. READ MORE >>

Making a donation is not only a great marketing tool but it is also very easy.  Unfortunately, claiming donations on your taxes is a lot more complicated. Here is a checklist of things that need to be done before writing the check to a charity of your choice: READ MORE >>

Looking for a small business loan can be a complicated proposition for most.  The most common loan that is offered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) programs is the 7(a).   Here is some important information you need to know about the 7(a) loan: READ MORE >>

Although the more publicized cyber attacks on bigger companies, such as Target and eBay have been detrimental, many small business owners are unaware that they are just as susceptible to these attacks. In fact, just last year, one-third of all cyber attacks targeted companies with fewer than 250 employees! READ MORE >>

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