Category Archives: Startups

Wage and Hour Tips For Startups

By Chrys A. Martin Start-up companies face a number of unique employment law issues.  Many times they are not large enough to fall within the purview of certain state and federal employment laws, but as they grow, they will become … Continue reading

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How To Keep Your Startup From Acting Like a Big Company

By Matt Heinz The kind of big-company behavior we all hate – bureaucracy, slow decision-making, politics, stifled innovation – doesn’t just happen at big companies. It creeps into new businesses as well, with just a handful of people. If you … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff Bill Would Renew 100% Exclusion for QSB Stock Investments

The fiscal cliff bill has a surprise few expected. It would renew through the end of 2013 the 100% exclusion from tax gain on qualified small business stock held for at least 5 years (there is a cap on the … Continue reading

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My Holiday Wish List for Startups, 2013 Edition

What Congress Can Do To Make 2013 a Great Year For Startups By Joe Wallin Now that 2012 is winding down, it is worth considering what Congress can do in 2013 to make it a great year for startups. I … Continue reading

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Startup Sales Growth: Six Tips for a Bigger 2013

By Matt Heinz Most sales teams are busy right now finishing the last month and quarter of their year, which means they’ll hit January 2nd by hitting the reset button but behind when it comes to strategically preparing for improvements … Continue reading

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