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Maximize Your Profit: How to Successfully Sell Your Business

A business owner might find they want or need to sell their company. Some people do so because the business is on a downhill slide and they want to hand it off to someone who may be able to turn it around. Other people wish to retire and do different things in life. For certain

Stephen Moore

Opinion: Republicans Must Be the Party of Small Business – Stephen Moore

A recent Wall Street Journal lead story reported that “Republicans and big business broke up.” The amount of corporate donations to Republicans was cut sharply in the last election cycle to a lower amount than in nearly a decade. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has backed many Democrats running for Congress in close and competitive

Small Business

Inflation taking air out of Arizona business owners’ sails – The Center Square

With nearly one in four small business owners (24%) pointing to inflation as their biggest issue, the National Federation of Independent Business reports optimism across the industry was again on the decline in Arizona last month, marking the 15th consecutive month figures fell below the 49-year average of 98. For March, the NFIB’s Small Business


Opinion: Why Are Lawmakers Attacking Digital Ads? – Inside Sources

It’s a no-brainer: any small business that wants to succeed in today’s hyper-connected world must have an online presence. I’ve researched small businesses for years. The data repeatedly confirm that e-commerce and digital advertising are incredibly effective ways for America’s small businesses to reach customers and increase their revenue. So, I don’t understand why so


Opinion: Small Businesses Are Driving the Economy – Inside Sources

We hear constant news of massive layoffs at major corporations, especially in the technology industry. Yet, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that 517,000 jobs were created in January. That announcement accompanied news that the unemployment rate had fallen to 3.4 percent, the lowest since 1969. Longstanding assumptions about what drives and sustains the American economy are being challenged. We are

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