Author Archives: Paul Long


by Due.com Thinking of starting or growing your small business? If you’ve been considering quitting your job to start working for yourself, money may be a major concern. Being self-employed comes with quite a few out-of-pocket costs along with the Read more…


by Yumi Clark Whether you’re running an established small business or just starting your journey toward entrepreneurship, it’s safe to assume most business owners are on the hunt for new ways to grow their enterprise and improve their bottom line. And Read more…


By Gene Marks   Baby boomers, the generation born immediately following World War II, are getting old. Many of them are small business owners and, over the next few years, are likely looking to wind things down, play a little Read more…


by Gene Marks Are your employees stressed out and potentially suicidal? Two reports released this week indicate they could be. The HR Digest reported that the incidence of employee suicides has intensified since 2007 and that more than a million Read more…


By Brian Sutter   Want to build a presence on Twitter? One of the best ways to get more followers is to tweet – and retweet – great stuff. Any one of the Twitter accounts below can give you ample Read more…


by Ryan Robinson Whether you’re just getting started with your own business, growing it on the side of your day job, or investing in a new product line to diversify your company’s offerings, there’s a definite science to launching a product—especially Read more…


By Melinda Emerson I’m big on finding technology tools that can help me do more in my small business. There are some great tools out there that many people are using. This is a list of some tools you may Read more…


by Rieva Lesonsky If you think mobile marketing is something you don’t need to worry about unless you’re targeting teenage customers, think again. Americans of all ages are addicted to their smartphones. Consider these statistics from Deloitte’s 2016 Global Mobile Consumer Read more…


By Jared Hecht Being a small business owner doesn’t automatically make you an expert in finance or small business accounting. In reality, most rookie entrepreneurs have to learn the basics of funding, bookkeeping, and what really matters to lenders and investors Read more…


By: Paul Long Many people don’t realize that there are more options than just a traditional mortgage loan to purchase a Single Family Home, Duplex, Triplex and 4-Plex that would be used as a rental. Most people thing think that Read more…

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2018 South Sound Small Business VIRTUAL Summit

Were you able to attend the 2018 South Sound Small Business Summit? We have good news for you. This year we created the 2018 South Sound VIRTUAL Small Business Summit. For $15 you have the ability to ... See more

**THIS GIVES YOU ACCESS TO VIDEO OF THE 2018 SOUTH SOUND SMALL BUSINESS SUMMIT ** Did you miss the 2018 South Sound Small Business Summit on May 1st 2018? That is ok, you can attend online! $15.00 ... See more

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Great Small Business Roundtable with the Tacoma Chamber Staff. Today we talked about employee motivation and maximizing per hour employees. Join us at Tacoma Clarion Inn Near JBLM 1st Wednesday of ... See more

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The Student Loan Report - Private Student Loans, Student Loan Refinancing, & Industry News

Studentloans.net research finds the average debt burden carried by a college graduate as of the end of 2016 was $27,857.

Walmart Employees Can Pay $1 Per Day to Go to College by Andrew Rombach | Jun 5, 2018 | National News, News | 0 On May 30th, Walmart announced that they would pay for the large majority of their ... See more

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