Articles for January 2018
Tax and Financial News
Everyone's an Owner
January 2018
Some experts are predicting that the recent tax legislation will create a ton of new business creation and activity – just not the kind that lawmakers originally intended. These people are predicting...
General Business News
How to Build Trust with Customers Online
January 2018
When it comes to selling online, gaining users’ trust is a serious matter for businesses. Based on a July 2015 poll from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Telecommunications and Information...
Stock Market News
Outlook for 2018
January 2018
Before considering what might be ahead in 2018, perhaps it’s worth looking back to acknowledge that 2017 was a banner year – both a great year for U.S. stocks, as well as the year when...
Financial Planning
Marketing Timing Pros and Cons
January 2018
The S&P 500 has enjoyed an eight-year bull market with an average annual return of 19.4 percent. Starting in 2019, U.S. companies will benefit from a massive cut in the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21...
What's New in Technology
Net Neutrality - What's All the Fuss About?
January 2018
According to the pundits, the Dec. 14 move by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to repeal existing net neutrality rules is either a major blow to free communication or a storm in a...
Tip of the Month
The Only New Year's Resolutions You Need
January 2018
In the wake of the New Year, many of us burden ourselves with a laundry list of resolutions to do things differently and to improve upon our personal and professional goals.  For many entrepreneurs, a new year...
Congress at Work
Making Changes to Corporate and Individual Income Taxes, Indian Tribe Resource Programs and Previous Legislation
January 2018
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) – The GOP-sponsored tax reform bill made final passage through Congress on Dec. 20. The following are provisions with the widest-ranging impact...
Library Articles
5 Ways to Prepare to Buy a Home
8 Things that Could Trigger a Business Audit
Branding Considerations: What goes into the Naming Process?
Choosing the Right Corporation
Common-Sense Tactics for Getting the Best Deal on a New Car
Creating Demand or Responding with Supply: How to Engage?
Does Your Business Need a Mobile App?
Everyone's an Owner
Five Basic Financial Tips for Young Couples
How to Beat Credit Card Debt in 7 Simple Steps
How to Build Trust with Customers Online
How to Market to Baby Boomers
How to Plan For a Long Life with Longevity Insurance
How to Select the Right Domain Name
How to Value and Sell a Website Effectively
Making Sense of Structured and Unstructured Data
Making the Best Choice: Should You Rent or Buy Your Next Home?
Marketing To Millennials: What Works?
Plan a Stress-Free Family Vacation
Planning Your Wedding: Important Early Steps
Property Taxes: How to Pay Only What You Owe On What You Own
Six simple steps to starting your own business
Small Business Embracing Chatbot Technology
Small Business Embracing Chatbot Technology
Strategies to Run a Localized and Location-Based Marketing Campaign
Taxes: Record Retention Guidelines
Taxpayer Bill Of Rights
Things to Know Before Applying for Social Security Benefits
Yes, You Can Lower Your Property Taxes