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Surviving the Summer Slump: Four Ideas to Keep Your Business Moving Forward

Summer in the United States is historically slow for most industries. With kids out of school and families taking extended time off to get out of town, most online behavior begins to dwindle – especially online sales. So how can you make the  most of the “slower season” between Memorial Day (end of May) and […]

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Planning for the Unexpected: Three Parts of Your Delivery Process You Can Control

As negotiations loom closer to their July 31 deadline, Teamsters and UPS are struggling to come to an agreement for some 340,000 Union workers. Not to mention, FedEx will also experience delays as they try to handle the massive volume of both carriers on their own. Although a strike hasn’t happened since 1997, it’s still […]

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5 Tax Savings Tips for Those Selling Online

*Disclaimer: This blog applies to U.S. taxes and should be used for informational purposes only. Although selling online can be more cost-effective than needing to pay overhead for a brick and mortar store, it doesn’t come without its tax requirements. Especially when you begin selling products across multiple states in the U.S., it’s important to […]

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