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What is your small business planning for 2015 and beyond? A new survey, Capital One’s quarterly Spark Business Barometer, has the skinny on small business expectations for the New Year—and what they found might make you want to break out the holiday noisemakers and throw confetti
This month’s SCORE Infographic takes a closer look at small businesses. From the optimism of small business owners, the growth in women-owned businesses, to SCORE’s impact, the numbers show small businesses are steadily on the rise and are here to stay. Small business optimism is on
Infographic: Optimistic Outlook Small business optimism is on the rise.
When you tell a friend or family member your new business idea and they say, “Don’t quit your day job,” you probably take it as an insult, right? Well, maybe your friend is just trying to give you some good advice. Startup business owners who don’t quit their day jobs
From Wholesale to the Local Economy Wholesalers generate $6.5 Trillion in U.S. sales and create 2.2 Million U.S. jobs! The goods that are created are then pushed to small businesses for local sale. 
Are you feeling bored with your business? Once your small business gets past the startup stage, for a lot of entrepreneurs, the bloom is off the rose. Entrepreneurs are by nature excitement junkies, and when things aren’t changing, we get bored. The good news is that our desire to
Do you love being in charge of your own life as a business owner? You’re in good company. A whopping 96 percent of small business owners (SBOs) in the U.S. feel that control and flexibility is the best part of owning their own businesses, according to the TD Bank Small Business Month Survey
Should you start a business if you’re over 55—or is it too late? While we typically think of entrepreneurs as young hotshots, the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity reports that the percentage of entrepreneurs aged 55 to 64 rose from 14.3 percent in 1996 to 23.4 percent in
How Will New gTLDs Impact Small Business? Over the next couple of years, domain standards like .com, .net and .org will be joined by potentially thousands of new domain extensions - also known as new gTLDs (generic top-level domains) — like .ninja and .photography.  What do these new gTLDs mean for small businesses and
As a business owner it can be hard to accurately measure just how well your business is doing compared to “the pack.” This month’s SCORE Infographic shares insights into how other entrepreneurs are doing and how they’re feeling about the future. And it provides a

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