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Financial Tidbits 05/08/2013

As with a lion in Africa, a “watering hole” cyber attack refers to a process where someone profiles the victim using the kind of websites they visit, tests those websites for vulnerabilities and then stakes one out to target a

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Posted in Employees, Jobs, SMB, Social Media

Financial Tidbits 01/21/2013

  The Federal income tax began 100 years ago this year (1861), when Abraham Lincoln needed money for the Civil War. This first tax of 3% lasted until 1866 when it was repealed by Congress. Then, in 1894, Congress tried

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Posted in Employees, Insurance, Money, Tax Returns, Taxes

Financial Tidbits 02/06/2013

Salary.com: found 64% of people surveyed said they waste time every day by visiting non-work related websites during work hours. A full 39% said they spent 1 hour per week or less on personal tasks at work, while at the

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Posted in Debt, Economy, Employees, Facebook, FICO, Goal, Goal Setting, Google, Loan, Motivation, Self-Discipline, Time, Twitter

Interesting Tidbits – December 3rd 2012

A Staples (That Was Easy) survey finds 80% of workers come in even though they know they are sick (up 20% over last year). Further, 65% of those who stay home return to work even though they are still contagious.

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Posted in Bank, Employees, Money, Small Business

Interestings Tidbits for October 25th, 2012. Computer Screens & Productivity.

You may want to upgrade your employees to a wide screen monitor. Studies show doing so can improve productivity by an extra 76 workdays per year per worker, as it cuts the average time it takes to complete tasks by

Posted in Employees, Productivity

Protect Your Business From Fraudsters.

Financial fraud and crime hit most businesses. The most recent survey of business related fraud found that a whopping 87% of U.S. companies said they had been affected by fraud. Things seem to be getting worse; 93% of company executives

Posted in Business, CPA, Employees, Risk, Small Business, SMB

What To Blog When You Have Nothing To Blog.

They say every good writer has days when he runs out of material or inspiration.  By no means am I classifying myself as a good or even a decent writer.  However, I have run out of ideas for this blog.  I

Posted in Advice, Blog, Business, Education, Employees, Learning, Sales, SMB, Teaching

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