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Turbo-Charge Your Contracts

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Smart tips for boosting the performance of your legal documents
December 13, 2004 in Legal Center

Should Startups Place Bulk Orders?

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Getting discounts often means you have to place a large order with a supplier. Is this a wise move for a new business?
December 6, 2004 in Management & Operations

Live Long and Prosper

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New life insurance policies offer refunds.
December 1, 2004 in Insurance

Say What?

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Decipher common contract legalese.
December 1, 2004 in Legal Center

Good Libations?

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Not if you give employees too much to drink at the company holiday party. Consider these sobering facts.
December 1, 2004 in Legal Center

Dealing With Suppliers

Establishing good relationships with suppliers puts your business on the road to success.
November 30, 2004 in Management & Operations

Understanding the Law of "Necessary but Insufficient"

If your business isn't as successful as you'd like, it's time to take it apart piece by piece to see just where the problems are.
November 22, 2004 in Business Strategies

Health Insurance for Homebased Business Owners

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On the hunt for health insurance? Our experts reveal several options for the self-employed.
November 9, 2004 in Insurance

Avoiding Contract Disputes

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Notarizing signatures is one way to protect your business when contracts are involved.
November 8, 2004 in Legal Center

Just Zip It

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A confidentiality agreement can give you the upper hand.
November 1, 2004 in Legal Center

Successfully Screening Job Candidates

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Follow these tips to ensure your interviews net you the best hire.
November 1, 2004 in Business Management

Preparing for Business Continuity

An ounce of prevention is worth more to your business than a pound of disaster recovery cure.
November 1, 2004 in Business Management

Learning to Delegate

For entrepreneurs who hate to give up control, these five tips will help you relax and learn to let others help out.
October 22, 2004 in Learning to Lead

Manage This!

There is a way to get things done, and get them done right, if you're willing to put in a little work.
October 18, 2004 in Learning to Lead

Leadership From a Business Owner's Perspective

What three traits must you have in order to be a great leader?
October 18, 2004 in Leadership

Go for the Gold

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Maybe you've planned it since day one, or maybe you've taken years to decide. Now that the time has come to sell your business, find out what you can do to make sure you can come out on top.
October 1, 2004 in Leadership

Best Practices

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Entrepreneurship may not be a part of the curriculum at professional schools, but today, doctors, lawyers and other professionals are learning to think like entrepreneurs--and build better businesses in the process.
October 1, 2004 in Leadership

Tapping Into the Largest Market in the World

Selling to the government doesn't have to be a hassle for small firms anymore.
September 21, 2004 in Growing Your Business

Taking Advantage of the Slow Months

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Wanna change slow time into grow time? Here are some suggestions for using downtime to position your company for growth.
September 20, 2004 in Business Strategies

How Check 21 Will Impact Your Business

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3 ways the banking act will affect entrepreneurs
September 13, 2004 in Legal Center

Illicit Affairs?

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If you do business overseas, be certain your "administrative fees" aren't really illegal bribes.
September 1, 2004 in Legal Center

In Hot Water?

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Take a closer look at your marketing materials, or you may get burned.
September 1, 2004 in Legal Center

Keeping the Lines of Communication Open

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When business and family mix, the key to success is communication.
September 1, 2004 in Family Business

Walking the Wire

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Tempted to forgo insurance because you're a startup? Think twice. It is possible to get the protection you need.
September 1, 2004 in Insurance

Seasoning Your Sales

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Year-round marketing will spice up profits for your seasonal business.
August 26, 2004 in Management & Operations

Under Pressure

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If an employee feels forced to quit, it could be trouble. Here's how to avoid a "constructive discharge" lawsuit.
August 1, 2004 in Legal Center
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