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Small Businesses Don’t Have to Be Big to Hire a CFO

When it comes to what type of business needs a chief financial officer (CFO) – the highest-ranking finance professional in an organization – there is no cookie-cutter answer.

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Banks Offer Tools, Advice to Help Small Businesses Cope with Inflation

Inflation has increased even more than expected. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the consumer price index, which measures the cost of everyday goods and services, rose 9.1% in June over the same month last year. The increase is the sharpest since November 1981.

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Smaller Retailers Being Left Behind as Supply Issues Mount, Survey Finds

The current supply chain inventory crisis has impacted small and midsize retail businesses (SMB) at a disproportionately higher rate than larger enterprises, according to Software Advice’s new SMB Retail Supply Chain Survey.

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4 Tips for Running a Successful Business With Your Loved One

For nearly all small business owners, business ownership is a labor of love. Yet running a business with your loved one can bring on additional challenges that may take out all the romance this Valentine’s Day. The challenges that face ...

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Small Businesses Want More Pandemic Help from Feds

Small business owners are struggling with an unprecedented set of challenges hurting their bottom line, according to new national survey.  The report released Monday by Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Voices showed there is overwhelming support—82 percent of respondents–for the ...

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Shoplifting, Violence Major Concerns for Small Businesses

Small business owners who have faced unprecedented challenges during the pandemic are being confronted by rising threats from an old foe – shoplifters. A new survey shows that up to 89% of small business owners are experiencing an increase in ...

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Your Small Business Should Offer Gift Cards This Season

Consumers are expected to spend an average of $1,000 on holiday gifts this year, and most of the people shopping aren’t hoping for traditional presents. The National Retail Federation (NRF) reports that 56% of consumers would prefer to receive gift cards in their stockings. They’re on more holiday wish lists than electronics, clothing or jewelry. For some companies, ...

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How to Get Enterprise-Level IT on Your Small Business

Today, more than any time in history, effective and business-centric IT is critical to success in a competitive, customer-centric market — no matter the industry. Small and midmarket firms need to keep pace with their larger competitors to stay relevant. The challenge for many ...

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