From Cubicle to Incorporated: The Six Benefits of Forming an S-Corporation

Deciding to leave your 9 to 5 cubicle job to open up your own small business is an extremely big decision to make, but that initial decision is only the beginning of the journey. Once you decide to become an entrepreneur, you will have an unending abundance of choices to make on a daily basis: where you want your business to be located, who you want to hire as employees and how you want to market your business are just a few of those decisions to be made.

Something you will need to decide early on is what kind of legal structure you want to incorporate your new business with.

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5 Lessons Small Business Can Learn from Big Business

Having worked with businesses of all sizes, I’ve seen tactics work as often as I’ve seen them fail.

Big businesses and corporations have usually grown to their current stature because of intelligent decision-making, endurance, and a willingness to think outside the box.  Small businesses may have more modest budgets and markets, but they can still learn a lot from their larger comrades.

Shut Your Trap: Communicate Effectively Starting Today

by: Sheri Staak

Communication problems provide great humor on television shows such as Lucy or the new Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix. In life, the comedy may still exist, however, the consequences are more real.

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