Angie Mohr

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    Is It Time to Incorporate Your Business?

    by on August 30, 2013

    If you’re like most small-business owners, you probably started your operation as either a sole proprietorship or, if you had co-owners, a partnership. This company structure is the simplest and least costly to set up, with less paperwork required.


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    Understanding SEP IRAs for Small-Business Owners

    by on August 16, 2013

    When you first start a business, you may be too busy thinking about immediate tasks — buying equipment, setting up your website, finding customers — to worry much about your retirement. But, as your enterprise grows, looking after your personal long-term f…

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    Are You Wasting Time on Social Media?

    by on August 15, 2013

    Small businesses spend an average of 5.5 hours per week managing their social media presence, and 85 percent of small-business owners say they’re the ones primarily responsible for their companies’ online efforts, a 2013 study commissioned by Staples shows…

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    The Basics of Setting Up an Etsy Shop

    by on June 4, 2013 is a retail website set up for artisans to showcase and sell their handmade crafts and art. The site handles all of the ordering, notifications, and payment processing, making it easy for crafty entrepreneurs to focus on production.

    The process of se…

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    When Should You Sell Your Business?

    by on June 3, 2013

    Every entrepreneur has different reasons for selling a business, but there are better times and conditions than others in which to do so.

    For instance, selling simply because you’re exhausted or can’t stand managing day-to-day operations anymore can drast…

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    Are Office Surveillance Cameras a Good Idea?

    by on April 12, 2013

    You can’t personally monitor everything that occurs at your place of business. Increasingly, small-business owners are turning to surveillance systems to keep them apprised of what’s happening when they aren’t around, according to the American Management…

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    The Top 5 Documents Your Accountant Needs to Do Your Small-Business Taxes

    by on April 10, 2013

    As a small-business owner, tax time can be stressful, as you scurry to pull together all of your receipts and try to remember everything you did last year.

    Although accountants can help you sort and summarize, it’s a lot less expensive if you do that part y…

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    How to Keep Your Small Business From Getting Audited

    by on April 9, 2013

    It’s the kind of letter or phone call that strikes fear in the hearts of most small-business owners: The IRS is contacting you to audit your income-tax return.

    There’s no need to panic, however. Although there is no sure-fire way to avoid a tax audit, the…

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