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Small Business Marketing Goes Virtual Due to Covid-19
Small businesses are increasing spending on digital marketing in response to changing consumer behavior during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a meta-analysis of data by SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses.
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Ten Types of Retirement Income That Are Not Taxable
"Ten Types of Retirement Income that are Not Taxable" includes reimbursements for volunteers that work for federal programs such as SCORE.
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How to Start a Business In Or After College
"How to Start a Business In or After College" offers expert advice on six steps to consider, including the importance of having an experienced business mentor.
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Business Owners Need an Exit Strategy When They Are Ready to Retire
“Business Owners Need an Exit Strategy When They Are Ready to Retire,” includes expertise from two SCORE mentors that served as sources for the story: Northeast New Jersey chapter leader Mike Glicksman and Rick Miller, a CPA and principal of Miller Advisors accounting firm in Brentwood, Tenn.
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Here’s How to Get Free Money for Your Business
In a recent feature by NerdWallet, “How to Get Free Money for Your Business,” SCORE mentor Frank LaMonaca shared expert insights for small business owners seeking funding options. The article, which includes a reference to SCORE’s free mentoring and educational resources and a live link to www.score.org, was picked up widely in both national and local media, including Nasdaq.com.
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Lessons From A Small Business Now Scaling With Venture Capital
A recent Forbes feature story spotlighted SCORE client Sashee Chandran and her incredible journey from launching her small business, Tea Drops, out of her kitchen to landing $8.4 million in venture capital funding. Chandran credits her SCORE mentor with providing expertise and helping her establish patents for her unique tea-making process.
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Four Tips for Small Business Owners Paying Down Pandemic Debt
The Associated Press story, “Four Tips for Small Business Owners Paying Down Pandemic Debt,” included expert insights from SCORE mentor Ken Alozie, managing director of Greenwood Capital Advisors in Washington, DC, as well as advice to seek out free business mentoring through SCORE.
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Older Entrepreneurs Own Half of U.S. Small Businesses, Bootstrap With Personal Savings, Credit Cards and Retirement Funds
People age 55+ make up 21% of the U.S. population, but own a disproportionately high 50.9% of U.S. small businesses, according to new survey data from 3,000 entrepreneurs published by SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses.
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Veteran Small Business Owners Face Declining Startup Rates and Service-Related Disabilities
Veteran small business owners face declining startup rates and service-related disabilities, according to the latest data report from SCORE.
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Immigrant Entrepreneurs 40 Percent More Likely to Start Small Businesses
Even amidst COVID-19 turbulence, immigrants are 40% more likely to start a business and are more optimistic about hiring new employees than others, according to new survey data published by SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors.
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How to Get Your PPP Loan Forgiven
How to get your Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiven.
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Millennial Money: Should You Become Your Own Boss?
For millennials thinking about being their own boss, tips from people who have done it successfully. Ohio entrepreneur and SCORE client Lisa Licursi, owner of Elite Virtual Assistants, noted the value of having a SCORE mentor to navigate the process.

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