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March 2012 Ideas, Tips and Advice for Small Businesses
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When the IRS Calls, Answer Promptly, Don't Panic; Seven Ways To Reduce Tax Levies, Regulations Still Hurting Smaller Firms;

Often a call from the IRS for an audit or additional information creates a panic mode. The key to handling this situation is to answer promptly and don't panic.

Seven Ways To Reduce Total Tax Levies
Tax expert offers methodology to identify, list deductions allowed by IRS.

Small Business Job Creation Up Very Slightly, Taxes, Regulations Still Hurt
Two surveys show obstacles still abound for recovery to help smaller firms.

Pinterest Power: How to Broadcast Your Brand's Story Visually

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Join PR News and Weber Shandwick for this timely Webinar that will show communicators how brands are using Pinterest right now to share their visual content and links with its rapidly expanding, passionate user base. You’ll learn how brands have made it easy for Pinterest users to “pin” their content on their own boards, how brands are paying attention to what their audience is pinning, how their content is being used as a source of information and inspiration and what kind of traffic growth they’re seeing as a result of Pinterest.



Adding Personal Branding Efforts Spurs Small Business Growth
Marketing technique drives expansion especially for start-ups.

With Manager, Employee Trust Eroding, Identifying Employee Grievances Is Critical
New white paper reveals how to identify employee-grievance hot spots.

Employees Want Better Healthcare, Retirement Benefits; Even At The Cost Of Lower Salaries. Detailed survey shows fear of lower retirement, healthcare benefits still exists.

My Business Chronicle Trends...

What most concerns small business leaders about their current marketing efforts ?

For many small business leaders the growth of online social media as a marketing tool is vexing them because it is so new and determining how it affects their marketing efforts is still unknown. They want to learn more about this area but are finding answers difficult to come by, according to the latest Information Strategies, Inc. survey.

Ask the Experts...

Do you think early year optimism by small business leaders will last?

"Employers recognize the punch line can benefit the bottom line, new research suggests. Seventy-nine percent of CFOs surveyed said an employee's sense of humor is important for fitting into the company's corporate culture."


-- Barry Sloane, CEO, Newtek Business Services

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