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  • 8 Habits To Be A Better Freelancer

    The worst part about being a freelancer is that it’s virtually impossible to know whether you’re doing it right. Well, that and the unpredictable, bone-dry weeks on end, staring at the mail slot wondering whether you will ever receive a paycheck again... Read More >>

    Small Business Revving Up In 2015

    Many firms with fewer than 50 workers have plans to expand, venture into new markets and add to payrolls. n a sign of a healthier U.S. economy, small firms in the U.S. will see sales and profits perk up this year on the heels of a strong finish in 2014.... Read More >>

    Work From Home: The Top 100 Companies Offering Telecommuting Jobs In 2015

    So many of us wish we could work from home. But with work-from-home scams taking the top spot for Internet crimes in 2011, we’re understandably wary of such offers. Fortunately, there’s a legitimate resource for such opportunities: FlexJobs, an online... Read More >>

    Malware In Ads Turn Computers Into Zombies

    As if small businesses didn't have enough to worry about when it comes to computer security, here's another thing to keep you up at night: malvertising. It refers to malicious software, or malware, hidden in online advertisements. They can be animated ads... Read More >>

    How Business Owners Shortchange Themselves

    For many business owners the sale of their business is a hard decision, but can prove exceedingly financially rewarding. In a survey of 513 business owners of privately-held companies, nearly nine out of ten of them are interested in one-day selling their... Read More >>

    U.S. Small-business Borrowing Fell In November

    U.S. small businesses reduced borrowing in November, sending the Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index to its lowest level in eight months, according to data released on Tuesday. The reading of 116 compares to a downwardly revised October... Read More >>

    10 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Learn

    Undoubtedly, as an entrepreneur, you’re going to get a lot of advice from a multitude of sources—friends, partners, mentors, and investors—about what it takes to run a business. Some of it will be useful and some of it won’t. Knowing who and what to... Read More >>

    Small Business Optimism Soars To Near Eight-year High

    Optimism among small business owners has grown to its highest level since the beginning of 2007, a rosier view thanks to expectations the economy will continue to improve. The Small Business Optimism Index grew by 2 points to reach 98.1 for November,... Read More >>

    Richard Branson On The Three Questions You Need To Ask Yourself Before Launching A Startup

    This post is in partnership with Entrepreneur. The article below was originally published at By Richard Branson, Entrepreneurs are natural problem-solvers, which means that we always have ideas for new businesses... Read More >>

    A Startup That Outsources Your Alarm Clock

    If hitting the snooze button for the nth time is your go-to solution when Monday rolls around, what would you think of a service that introduces an actual human into your life? Morning Person is an emerging startup that invites you to share your schedules... Read More >>

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