Tim Parker

Tim Parker

Tim Parker is a writer with passion for solving small business problems.

taxes

What Your Small Business Needs to Know About Nexus

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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sales

16 Quick Tips for Boosting Sales on Black Friday

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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marketing

Digital Marketing Just Became More Small Business Friendly

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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trends-stats

NRF: Expect a Big Holiday Sales Season

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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mobile-and-apps

9 of the Best New Business Apps of 2014

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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cash-flow

Expert Advice on Selling Your Business

You know that you have to pay taxes in the state where your business is located, but as businesses participating in interstate commerce find out early on, it’s not just your state that wants a piece of your revenue. If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay […]

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