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How TJ's Southern Gourmet restaurant is dealing with rising costs
TJ’s Southern Gourmet Owner & SCORE Mentor, Tia Jackson joins Yahoo Finance Live to share how her restaurant is grappling with inflation and how the restaurant industry has recovered since the pandemic.
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Ask SCORE: 5 small business mistakes to avoid
Discover how to avoid common small business mistakes from Gray Poehler, a volunteer with the Richmond Chapter of SCORE, Counselors to America’s Small Business.
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Leo’s Mercado in Marinette serves Hispanic population and more
Salina grew up in Marinette, but Eduardo immigrated to the area nine years ago from Mexico. Before the pandemic, Salina had an idea to open a Hispanic grocery store, but COVID hit, and they had to put their dreams on hold. That is until they talked with SCORE, a Green Bay nonprofit dedicated to small businesses. They were matched with a mentor that helped them through the business process. After their licensing, LLC registration and tax ID came through, they opened in July 2022 as the first Hispanic grocery store in the area.
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With Help from SCORE Bucks County, Home Care Aide Launches Inflatable Party Rental Business
“It’s a Godsend of a program,” she said of SCORE. “To find a group of people to this level that are willing to go above and beyond to help other people was absolutely amazing.”
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Small Business Shopping Supports Local and National Economies, Says SCORE

WASHINGTON, Nov. 22, 2022 – Small businesses are the heart of every community, providing local jobs, boosting local economies and creating two-thirds of net new jobs across the United States, according to SCORE, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. To support local entrepreneurs, SCORE is calling on consumers to shop small this Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26 and all year long.

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Social media marketing magic
Managing your business' social media is time-consuming. It's often the first thing to fall by the wayside as a small business owner gets pulled in a million directions. Social media management tools are a busy business owner's best friend. With the right tools, you can drastically cut down on the time you spend creating social media. They help you streamline your efforts and stay in front of followers more consistently.
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Veterans contribute $400 million to Brown County's economy, yet many need help
Veteran-run businesses and veteran workers generate hundreds of millions of dollars a year in economic impact across northeast Wisconsin while filling an array of niches. Still, many veterans rely on social benefits as they struggle to maintain employment and suffer from mental health issues, addiction and homelessness.
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America’s Largest Network of Volunteer Business Experts Wants to Mentor Veteran Entrepreneurs
Veterans are an entrepreneurial bunch. Vets are 45% more likely than non-veterans to start a business, and their military training and experience is a key factor in that fact. The 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses in America are another testament to their entrepreneurial spirit.
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Fit Learning St. Louis Finds Success with Help from St. Louis SCORE
Janice Smith, Director of Fit Learning St. Louis, has turned a career-long passion for behavior science/education and expert guidance from SCORE into a thriving locally-owned business serving families in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
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Resources For Retirees Looking To Start A Side Hustle
If you’re like one in ten people over the age of 50, you’ll want to start your own business. Why not? Find something you enjoy and know a little about, then take a leisurely stroll down the avenue of entrepreneurs.
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A Rising Fed Rate Doesn’t Have to Derail Your Business Loan Refi
With the Federal Reserve’s recent hikes of its federal funds rate, borrowers with small-business loans may think that they've missed their opportunity to refinance to a lower interest rate. That’s not necessarily the case. A lower interest rate may still be within reach, because the rate you pay on your business loan is influenced by more than the Federal Reserve. And while a better interest rate can be helpful, it’s not the only reason to consider refinancing. Here’s what to keep in mind as you weigh your options.
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Retirees Going Back to Work: Starting a Business
Retirees who need or want to go back to work in the U.S. today have the desire to be their own boss and are likely to start a business in retirement to have control over their own work environment. Seniors who go this route should be aware of the financial risks and should do as much research and planning as possible in order to protect their retirement savings from business failure.

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