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Health Savings Accounts Can Help Improve Cash Flow

Health Savings Accounts Can Help Improve Cash Flow

Saving money on health care has become a priority for both employers and employees. It was reported by Kaiser that in “2012 the annual family premium was 30% higher than in 2007 and 97% higher than the average annual family premium 10 years ago.” As the year comes to a close, many business owners reevaluate [...]

Disaster Loans from the SBA for People Affected by Super Storm Sandy

Disaster Loans from the SBA for People Affected by Super Storm Sandy

To help those recovering from Super Storm Sandy, the Small Business Administration announced that they stand ready to assist homeowners, renters, and businesses with federal disaster loans to people in affected counties. SBA Disaster loans are direct loans from the SBA. Excerpt from the SBA’s Announcement: “The disaster declaration covers the counties of Fairfield, Middlesex, [...]

Webster’s Military Banking Program for Veterans

Webster’s Military Banking Program for Veterans

According to History.com, there are approximately 23.2 million military veterans in the United States. On Veteran’s Day, November 11, many companies give back to veterans with special deals and free meals, like the deals listed here. While one day can never begin to express our gratitude, we set aside Veteran’s Day to remember the service, [...]

Business Owners: Is it Time to Stop Renting and Buy?

Business Owners: Is it Time to Stop Renting and Buy?

As a business owner, location can be a key to success. Unless you are working out of your home or garage, you probably didn’t start your business in a building that you own. Most likely, you leased the location.   Renting a Building for your Business Rent is a variable expense. While low rent is [...]

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