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  1. The Best States to Form Corporations: A Concise Guide

    by Published in Entrepreneurship, Startup on

    When entrepreneurs start businesses, they’re often ready to set up shop in their own backyards or basement offices, whether they’re in Oklahoma or Oregon. But before entrepreneurs incorporate in their home states, they should consider other locations.  Why?  Well, each state differs in their incentives and penalties for doing business. Some states provide tax breaks […]

  2. Top 5 Goal-Setting Apps for Entrepreneurs

    by Published in Entrepreneurship on

    Well, it’s that time of year again. Even if you don’t make a list of New Year’s resolutions, chances are between now and December 31st, you’ll reflect on the highs and lows of the last 12 months and you’ll think about how 2013 will be better or at least different. Whether your goal-setting style is […]

  3. Why Your Business Should Have an 800 Number

    by Published in Small Business, Toll Free & Local Numbers on

      In today’s economy, it’s important to make your business seem like number one. That means as a small 1-5 person business, you need to look and sound as professional as the big guys. An 800 number can not only help you sound bigger but can also make life easier for everyone. Here are seven […]

  4. 10 Blogs Entrepreneurs Need to Be Reading

    by Published in Entrepreneurship on

    See the 2012 edition: 10 Must Read Blogs for Entrepreneurs (2012 Edition) #1.  The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur Site: What it is: Mike Michalowicz provides entrepreneurs and small businesses with tips on everything from starting a business to networking to marketing and health care. Why you should read it: Mike not only provides great tips […]

  5. How to Decide if an Entrepreneurship Degree Is Worth Your Time and Money

    by Published in Entrepreneurship on

    Over the past decade, colleges and universities have diverged from traditional business degrees to offer specializations in entrepreneurship. Sounds pretty cool when you’re trying to learn all you can to get business going, right? But there are a lot of questions. How much will it cost? Will it be worth it? What’s the difference between […]

  6. 5 Firefox and Chrome Extensions That’ll Save Your Life

    by Published in Tips & Tricks on

    People look for productivity in odd places. They time themselves driving to work to save 20 seconds on their morning commute. Sometimes they skip lunch, which only serves to make them more distracted when 4:00 p.m. rolls around. But are you in front of a web browser 8 hours a day? Then the place to […]

  7. 10 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn in Communications 101

    by Published in Entrepreneurship, Tips & Tricks on

    The field of communications. Sounds like a common sense area, doesn’t it? As simple-sounding as it is (and as much as some consider it “fluffy”), communicating well is one of the most important things when it comes to business and getting things done right. Getting your point across is essential for negotiating deals, speaking to […]

  8. The President Proclaims November 19th as National Entrepreneurs’ Day

    by Published in Entrepreneurship on

    In May of 2010, David and I started a petition to the President to create a National Entrepreneurs’ Day. We didn’t understand why the most entrepreneurial country in the world didn’t have a day to recognize entrepreneurs. Now, only 6 months and thousands of signatures later, it seems that the effort was worth it and that anything is possible: the President of the United States has proclaimed the last day of National Entrepreneurs Week, November 19th of this year, as National Entrepreneurs’ Day – making November a great month for entrepreneurs everywhere.