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By Bryan Field We all know that meetings are a basic fact of business life. They have been an essential business tool for centuries and remain a critical ingredient to corporate collaboration, innovation and overall execution. Despite technological advances in communication tools, meetings continue to consume a massive amount of time, as they remain an

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As we near the end of 2014, it’s time to start thinking, planning, and budgeting for the New Year. We have a short checklist of four key areas we think you should consider when making your plan. If you have any questions about these key areas for your business, please reach out to SolutionWorx! Outdated

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used with permission from SBA.gov by Caron Beesley Budgets are difficult to plan and maintain at the best of times – unexpected events, cash flow problems, supply chain issues and more can all reap havoc with even the most thoroughly planned business budgets. The other problem with budgets is that many of us set budgets

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by Joe Serio, www.joeserio.com The end of the year is upon you. Typically, this is the time of year you think about what you’ve accomplished and what might remain unfinished. You’re also thinking about what you may want to achieve in the coming year. All too often, goals are left to chance, and dreams remain

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by Mike Mazan As a business owner, you have the ability to invest in capital equipment while writing off the full cost immediately using Section 179 of the tax code. Section 179 of the United States Internal Revenue Code allows taxpayers to deduct the cost of certain types of property, including technology and other equipment,

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