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Archive:  May, 2010

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SurePayroll’s May 2010 Small Business Scorecard

In Scorecard On May 31, 2010
Small business hiring continued to increase slightly in May (+0.3 percent over April) while pay took a very slight month-over-month dip (-0.1…

Prepare for Year-end

In Accountants On May 28, 2010
With the end of 2011 right around the corner, there are a few areas that require extra attention, so we’ve created a…
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Six Ways to Optimize Web Site Performance

In Small Business Tips On May 28, 2010
A company web site is one of your most important business assets. VP of Marketing Scott Brandt sheds some light onto optimizing your Web site for success.

Helping Your Clients Benefit from the HIRE Act

In Accountants On May 28, 2010
Though we’ve seen glimmers of hope for improvement, the U.S. economy is still dragging its feet, and the national unemployment rate is…

7 Hiring Tips for Small Business Owners

In Small Business Tips On May 27, 2010
A bad hire can be costly to anyone but especially if you are a small business owner. We have rounded up some tips to help you avoid this situation in the future.

Marketing Conferences for Small Business Owners

In Small Business Tips On May 26, 2010
Keeping up with all of the trends in your industry and with growing your business online can be a full time job but we have help!

Social Media & Small Business

In Small Business Tips On May 25, 2010
Small Business owners are busy and don’t have spare time for things like social networking but what if it was worth it? Discover how you can dip your toe into social networking and help your business.

Small Business Week 2010

In Small Business Tips On May 24, 2010
Small Business Week is here and we are covering a different aspect of small business every day this week so join the discussion.

Small Business Definition

In Economic Trends On May 24, 2010
So what does classify a small business as a “small business”? The size? The financial backing? Whether it’s someone’s bread and butter or simply means for extra cash?