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Make it easy for students looking for your studio to find out what they need quickly and for free with Google Places. You might be surprised to hear your yoga studio already has a listing, most importantly you may also find the information on the listing is incorrect, out of date or missing all together. [...]
If you haven’t heard all the buzz in the last year or so, a new tool for accepting payments will soon be available for business owners to use. Square lets business owners use their iPhones and iPads as credit card terminals, giving them a little plastic attachment allowing for cards to be swiped. With a slew of cool features such as emailed receipts, photo recognition, and signing on screen, Square is definitely the slick new kid on the payments block.
PayPal is a dominant force in payments acceptance, but should you use them for your small business?
While Quarterly Estimated Taxes can be a nightmare for overworked and unorganized small business owners and self-employed individuals, there are many online tools available to make the process easier, faster and headache-free.
Shoeboxed is one of our favorite tools for small businesses because it offers a simple way to track vital information. The premise is simple: put your receipts, business cards, documents, etc in an envelope and send them to Shoeboxed. Through the wonders of modern technology, they will convert your hard documents into searchable, categorizable, usable data.
List of links to State Tax and License and Permit Requirements for Small Businesses