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Invoice Etiquette

Invoice Etiquette   Ninety-nine percent of all businesses in the US are considered to be small businesses. These businesses range in type of industry and framework, but each business has this in common: the intention to trade services or products in return for a consumer’s money. Due to this fact, it is necessary for all businesses to create invoices – both for customers and to keep track of their own goods and services in an organized way. In this blog…

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Business Types and Ownership Distinctions 101

If you haven’t already started your company, chances are that you’re doing some research on types of business, financial logistics, and legal distinctions related to the opening of your company. Whether you intend to go into business by yourself, with partners, or as part of a corporation, there are some things to be aware of when pursuing licensure and registering your business with the state. First of all, what types of businesses are there? There are three major types of…

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What is Think Start Build?

What is Think Start Build? We have all heard some of the scary-sounding statistics about small businesses – fewer than half of all startups are still in operation five years after they open. The United States Census Bureau states that closer to 25% of startup companies are still in operation after 10 years in business. That doesn’t sound like the best of odds for a small company at its beginning, nor for a struggling small business. Have you ever wondered…

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