The Internet of Things comprises smart devices that communicate with each other. Learn how the IoT will change how we work and use resources.
Sales tax gets complex if you sell to customers in other states. Learn how to manage your e-commerce sales tax obligations and comply with state tax laws.
You'll need to abide by copyright law when using social media to promote your business. Learn about content usage best practices and protect your business.
Here's everything you should know about return on investment and how to use it to ensure your business spending is increasing your earnings.
Consumers have mixed feelings about personalized ads. How can businesses take advantage of their effectiveness without turning off customers?
BYOD (bring your own device) is an office policy that lets employees use personal devices to do company work. Learn the benefits and downsides.
Small businesses often use iPhones for credit card processing. Learn how to use your iPhone as a POS device and the best credit card processors for iPhone.
Get informed with this guide to choosing the right email marketing software or agency for your business's needs. See key features, pricing and benefits.
This guide explains what compound interest is and how to calculate it for your small business.
A tax audit is a review of your reported data to ensure it is correct. Here is how a small business can avoid one and how to handle it when the IRS calls.
Microfinancing is the process of giving small loans to business owners without access to traditional financial products. Learn how microfinancing works.
These tax deductions might seem made up, but the IRS allows them. See if you qualify for any of these strange but legal deductions.
You must pay your employees the greater of your state's hourly minimum wage or the federal minimum wage. Learn more about minimum wage laws.
April Fools' Day presents itself as the perfect opportunity to get creative and experiment with your marketing strategy. Learn how to capitalize and draw attention to your brand this April Fools’ Day.
When interviewing job candidates, employers must avoid asking certain questions to comply with the law. Learn which problem questions not to ask.
Instead of making employees wait for their regular payday, some payroll services offer flexibility. Learn about on-demand payroll.
Learn the dos and don'ts of an elevator pitch, and why it's an essential business speech.
These six tips can help you create a small business marketing plan that works to keep your audience engaged.
Bankruptcy helps people and businesses get a fresh start financially. Learn what filing for bankruptcy entails, as well as its benefits and disadvantages.
Is it time for the U.S. to remove the penny from circulation? Learn why some experts think the one-cent copper coin isn't worth the trouble of manufacturing.
Hidden biases often emerge in the hiring process. Learn what hiring bias looks like and how you can avoid it.
Many businesses are so focused on new clients they ignore current customers. Learn strategies to grow your business while keeping your current customers.
GDP is the value of all goods and services produced in a country – and one of the most closely watched economic indicators. Learn how to calculate GDP.
Stagflation is a mix of increasing prices and limited economic growth, and governments can do little about it. Here's what small businesses should know.
The terms "virtualization" and "cloud computing" are often used interchangeably, but there are key differences. Learn how these technologies work together.
Find out what fiscal policy is and how it affects the economy – and your business – through investment opportunities, tax changes and unemployment rates.
Simple scents work best at getting customers to buy. Here's how smells can make people want to spend money.
Learn which of your former favorite companies are no longer around.
Learn all about NASDAQ, the world's second-largest, tech-heavy stock exchange.
These iOS apps can help you be more productive, organized and all-around great every workday.