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Operating Your Corporation

Once you've incorporated your business, you've got to maintain your corporate responsibilities. This easy to-do list will keep you organized.
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Business Expenses to Deduct Now

A quick primer on the business expenses that are deductible on your next tax return.
The 7 Most Common Estate-Planning Myths
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The 7 Most Common Estate-Planning Myths

Worries about probate or high estate taxes keeping you up at night? Put your worries to bed with this primer on the most common myths you can afford to ignore.
Alternatives to Declaring Business Bankruptcy
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Alternatives to Declaring Business Bankruptcy

Trying to avoid declaring chapter 11? Here are two other choices that'll help you stay out of bankruptcy court.
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The End of a Business Partnership

Whether you're in the honeymoon phase or on the verge of divorce, these strategies will help your company survive the storms of business partnerships.
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Bulletproof Terms for Every Contract

These 23 must-include terms will help prevent an attack on any contract you establish.
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Negotiating Your Way Out of a Bad Situation

Ever find yourself on the losing end of a negotiation? Try these tips for coming out of top every time.
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Sharing the Cost of Business

Labor laws vary from state to state when it comes to passing along certain business expenses to your employees. Be sure to know when and where it's legal to do so.
Motivation and Retention

Is Your Employee Newsletter Doing Its Job?

If you think a newsletter is written to inform, you may be getting only a small part of the picture.
Business Management

Free Tools, Useful Sites

Two terrific desktop calendars and three practical Web sites, plus an observation test and a new twist on the Ginsu knife.
Business Management

The Future of Customer Service

Mobile technology is changing the way consumers search for answers.
Entrepreneurial Survival Stories
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Entrepreneurial Survival Stories

How 8 business owners succeeded, almost failed and came back better than ever
Human Resources

Protect Valuable Company Data

Your most valuable business asset may also be your most intangible one: data. Everything from customer credit card numbers to employee records to pricing information needs protection.
Human Resources

10 HR Resolutions for 2008

This year, make it your goal to become a better manager. Here's how.
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Taking Out a Reverse Mortgage

For senior citizen entrepreneurs that own a home, a reverse mortgage could provide the financing you need during difficult times. But beware.
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The Law of Contracting Electronically

Is your agreement through e-mail legally binding? Find out what kind of online communication constitutes a legal contract.
Business Travel

The Increasing Cost of Air Travel

Find out what you'll be paying for in 2008 and how you can minimize the effect on your bottom line.
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A Fight or Flight Reaction

Frivolous litigation is a fear that strikes the heart of every business owner. Here's what you can do about it.
Leadership

The Role of a Leader

Leaders are made, not born. Brian Tracy reveals how to lead your employees effectively.
Business Management

Law and Potential Disorder

Find out how the latest slew of legislation could affect your business in 2008.
Business Strategies

Making Progress

These 3 companies from across the globe are creating products specifically intended to help developing countries.
Compensation and Benefits

New Year, New Payroll

The end of the year could be the right time to transition to outsourced payroll.
Leadership

A Guide to Goal Setting

Transforming resolutions into results comes with being realistic.
Business Management

Creating a Culture of Respect

Developing positive and open relationships at work depends on the way we talk--and listen.
Compensation and Benefits

Volunteering as a Benefit

Learn how some companies are offering employee volunteer programs that are motivating and retaining current employees, and attracting new ones.
Management & Operations

A Toy Shop Story

These toy shops may be small, but they compete with the biggest retailers every holiday season and thrive.
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