Luncheon Series: 5 Tips To Reduce Your 2010 Taxes
"What you won’t hear from your CPA"
Are you a frustrated business owner?
Do you feel like you pay more than your fair share of taxes?
Would you like to learn how to plan more effectively to close out 2010 AND pay less tax?
Then join Your Management Team and our sponsors for a free lunch and opportunity to minimize your tax payment for 2010. Register now!
Date: December 8th
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Sponsored by: Huntington Bank, In the Black, Worley Law, and Run4Profit
Your Management Team Networking Event at Bleu & Fig
Join Caroline Worley and Mary McCarthy to network and socialize with YMT business owners and entrepreneurs at Bleu & Fig! Bleu & Fig will be providing gourmet appetizers at their new location in Gahanna and Regina Prange of Natural Designs will be providing a demonstration of a seasonal floral arrangement. A wine tasting will also be offered for an additional cost. Register now!
Date: December 8th
Time: 5:30 p.m.
President Obama Signs Small Business Jobs Act – Learn What’s In It
By Jesse Lee of The White House Blog (Suggested Reading)
The bill includes a series of small business proposals that the President put forth earlier this year, and small businesses will start benefiting from the bill on day one. Among the many important provisions in the bill, twelve of the top benefits to small businesses are… More…
Start-Ups on a Shoestring: The tales of three entrepreneurs who launched companies—for less than $150
By COLLEEN DEBAISE, SARAH E. NEEDLEMAN and EMILY MALTBY of the Wall Street Journal (suggested reading)
You don’t have to break the bank to start a business.
For many would-be entrepreneurs, money is the insurmountable hurdle. They hunger to strike out on their own, but don’t have a big pile of cash to invest in a start-up that might not churn a profit for years to come. And they’re reluctant to stake what cash they do have while the economy is still shaky.
Credit still tight on Main Street – NY Fed report
By Catherine Clifford of CNN (Suggested Reading)
Small businesses are not getting access to the credit they need, and as a result, they are struggling to generate the jobs needed to lead the nation toward recovery.
"Small firms employ nearly half of all Americans, account for about 60 percent of gross job creation, and historically have created more jobs than larger firms at the start of economic recoveries," according to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York released Monday. "Yet recent contractions in business borrowing may be limiting the capacity of small businesses to play this critical role."