Business

You Can’t Usually Predict a Disaster but You Can Be Prepared

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I was visiting my son in Boston on the night an electrical transformer exploded in the Back Bay area, knocking out power. It was strange to look down Boylston Street and not see any lights! A recent article in the Boston Business Journal described the impact this freak occurrence had [...]

Thoughtful Planning Goes a Long Way for a Small Business

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A business plan is an essential road map for success. It documents the route that your company intends to take in order to reach, maintain and grow revenues. There are many resources available to assist companies with building a business plan to achieve success, and the SBA is a great [...]

The Best of Small Business Week: Access To Capital (Video)

Our recent Small Business Week delivered some informative and actionable events around New England. The events ranged from learning about how to keep your business safe from cyber-threats, SBA loans and regional discussions around making your business grow. In this highlight, Frank Celentano, speaks with an audience in White Plains discussing how [...]

Early Diagnosis and Treatment Can Protect Your Medical Practice from Employee Fraud

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Amazingly, nearly one trillion dollars – an amount equal to about six percent of the national debt – is lost annually in the United States to employee fraud, according to the ACFE.  A recent study done by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) and published in ModernPhysician.com  shows that [...]

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