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Foolish Finance Frights Foster Fear For Finance Finders

Posted on by Alexander Petit

Ghosts, vampires, zombies, and werewolves are all creatures that we have come to associate with Halloween. All have two things in common; one, they aren’t real, and two, if they were, they’d be terrifying. It is funny how once a … Continue reading

Halloween Fun-Facts Infographic

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Employee Benefits: What’s New, Popular, and Interesting

Posted on by Ann Logue

Many employers add little extra, low-cost benefits to show that they are forward-thinking – or at least willing to make life for employees a little easier. Continue reading






Pokémon Go: Hunting for Business Opportunities

Posted on by Ann Logue

Even if it is a fad, Pokémon Go offers some great strategies that small businesses can use to their advantage. Continue reading






Is Scrum the Best Choice for your Business?

Posted on by Kate Kearns

Scrum is quickly becoming the best way to manage teamwork in the workplace. Here’s an overview of how it works. Continue reading






Insuring Against Cyber Crime

Posted on by Ann Logue

Ransomware, email compromises, and other types of cybercrime are rampant. How do you protect yourself, your business and your clients? Continue reading






Five-Minute Trivia: What’s Your Money Made Of?

Posted on by Kate Kearns

What we call “paper” money isn’t actually paper at all. Continue reading






Furnishing Your Office – What’s Trending Now?

Posted on by Ann Logue

Your office furniture choices set the tone for your team and even your productivity! Here are the latest trends in furniture from NeoCon. Continue reading






Advantages of a LLC -Benefits and More

Posted on by Kate Kearns

If you’re going into business, or you already are operating and making money but haven’t made it official yet, a limited liability company (LLC) is likely the best choice for you. Continue reading






What Your Small Business Needs to Know About Inventory

Posted on by Ann Logue

If you have a product to sell, tracking your inventory will help you figure out what sells and what doesn’t so that you can plan your stock and your pricing better. Continue reading