Two Studies Indicate Need for IT Pros to Get Businesslike

CEOs have long complained about information technology. They complain about high-priced consultants, and that IT projects are too expensive and fail to yield a return on investment.

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Embezzlement: Guidelines to Uncover and Prevent it

Embezzlement is a widespread nightmare. Here are proven strategies to discover embezzlement, and to prevent from occurring.

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8 Tips to Optimize Sales with Social Media, But Beware of a Red Flag

How and why social media should be part of your marketing and human-resources recruiting mix. Here are eight tips, but they come with a caveat.

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Accounting / Finance – Why and How to Determine Your BEP

Uncertainty can kill hope in business. Best practices in management mean having the right information to alleviate uncertainty in business. For that you need the right tools. One important tool – know your break-even point (BEP).

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Federal Reserve Behavior Typified What Was Wrong with Economy

All indications are Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve chair appointed by President Trump, will lead the Fed to more discernment. With his appointment coupled with the president’s economic initiatives, the economy will continue to improve. There was a troubling schism in U.S. politics, monetary policy and management of the economy.

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The 6 Values for Your Financial Protection

Debt is the catalyst of all financial woes, says esteemed associate Joey Tamer. Here are her six values to avoid financial traps.

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After Taking Us for a Ride, A Vacation Is Warranted for Obama

Frankly, I don’t understand the brouhaha over the Obama family’s vacation, decadent or otherwise.

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The 8 Best Practices to Win in Small Business Marketing

For many small businesspeople, uncertainty can be so unnerving it leads to fear. But fear can be healthy if used as a motivator to act. And act you should. In small business marketing, here are the eight best practices.

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Does the Federal Reserve Understand Small Business?

Small business is really the straw that stirs the drink in the nation’s ability to increase the number of jobs in this country. According to Small Business Administration (SBA) figures, small businesses make up more than 99 percent of all employers and employ more than half of all workers. Another SBA stat stands out: Small businesses have created 64 percent of all jobs in the last couple of decades. But small businesses have really suffered during and after the Great Recession.

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Funding Options to Navigate This Marketplace Bedlam

Uncertainties regarding Wall Street, actions by the Federal Reserve, and funding often set off alarm bells. But if you’re looking for capital, there are reasons to hope, according to leading consultant Joey Tamer.

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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.