Posts Tagged ‘small businesses’

A New Inflation Reading Shows the Small Business Tipping Point Has Been Reached

Feb 16th, 2022

The latest Consumer Price Index reading, the highest in four decades, isn’t the only sign that inflation is extending rather than giving up its hold over the U.S. economy in 2022. An increasing number of American small businesses say they are now passing on higher costs to customers, or soon will be forced to make […]

There’s a New Tax Rule for U.S. Small Business Owners

Jan 5th, 2022

The IRS will look into the digital payment service accounts of small businesses, freelancers and independent contractors. . . . Let’s suppose you’re a small business owner or freelancer, and you get paid from a digital payment service like PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, Cash App or any third-party settlement provider that’s accepting credit cards on your […]

Does Traditional Marketing Still Make Sense in 2019?

Sep 18th, 2019

In a day and age when all of the discussion is around digital and social media marketing, is there still a place for a small business to use traditional marketing? You might be surprised to learn that I, the owner of a digital and social media marketing agency, would say there is a place for […]