A new program from the IRS is designed to alleviate the burden of late payroll taxes and other fees associated with employers who are late or expect to be late paying their payroll taxes.
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The Varage Sale app is a little bit eBay, a little bit Pinterest. It's a community of virtual yard sales where buyers and sellers get to know and trust each other.Oct 15, 2015 281 Shares
Looking for team building exercises for work? These 25 quick team building activities are designed to help you get to know your fellow coworkers a bit better so that you can work together more efficiently.Sep 23, 2015 488 Shares
Tens of thousand of producers have started creating video content on YouTube to take advantage of the platform's shared ad revenue program. Unfortunately, when users upload these videos directly to Facebook, these producers receive no pay at all. Here's why.Aug 24, 2015 330 Shares
Zaniac is an alternative education-based franchise opportunity for would-be small business owners. The schools focus on teaching the basics in a non-traditional setting.Aug 21, 2015 213 Shares
The franchise startup Tot Squad offers services to busy parents that can often be the bane of child rearing. Tot Squad will actually clean -- even vomit -- from car seats and strollers and even show parents how to install child seats properly in their vehicles.Aug 18, 2015 223 Shares
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Intra-office fantasy sports leagues are nothing new. But now your team can draft each other with Fantasy Sales Team. This app turns your sales people into commodities that can be drafted, traded, and coveted in a work-related game that's aimed at boosting sales and team building.Aug 11, 2015 206 Shares
Business owners often talk about the importance of location. At times that includes finding an interesting place to locate a business -- say in an old train station. As unique an idea as this might appear to be, cafes and restaurants located in train stations have become a trend.Jun 27, 2015 698 Shares
If you can't imagine being in one place for too long or if you run a startup and need a quick infusion of new talent on your team, there's a company that offers to find the right fit. Employees seeking a job adventure and those wanting to hire them now have a new option.Jun 25, 2015 291 Shares
OK, maybe opening a franchise sandwich shop isn't the first thing that comes to every non-profit organizers mind when trying to figure out how to raise more cash. Then again, maybe it should be. Check out how this group found funds in franchising profits.Jun 11, 2015 268 Shares
So, the idea of a business is to make money, right? It sure is! But in some cases and with some businesses helping out a non-profit or other special cause can also be ... well ... profitable. The success of Coffeed is just one good example.Jun 10, 2015 287 Shares