Posts Tagged ‘end-of-year’

Small Business and Startups: The Trends for 2014 (Pt II)

Mike | October 28th, 2013

I started a couple of weeks ago with the first part of a post on small business trends for 2014; today I have 5 more trends that I’d like to share. Two things to note: first, crystal balls like this one populate the Internet and mine is no better or worse than the many others […]

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Small Business and Startups: The Trends for 2014 (Pt I)

Mike | October 14th, 2013

This morning I was awakened by a dream with a soundtrack of Christmas Carols running through my subconscious. As i pulled myself out of a sleepy torpor, I realized that the songs weren’t in my dream, but were actually playing on the bedside radio. Why? Because apparently Christmas advertising has begun! Yes, it is that […]

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Small Business and Startups: End-of-Year Mishegoss, 2012 Version

Mike | November 5th, 2012

Around this time last year I defined for you the Yiddish word ‘mishegoss,’ which many of you were familiar with in spite of never having heard the term before. Yiddish is just that way – it taps into certain archetypes in our consciousness and, as a result, a phrase that we might never have heard before […]

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Small Business and Startups: End-of-Year Mishegoss, 2011 Version

Mike | December 12th, 2011

For those of you unfamiliar with Yiddish, the word ‘mishegoss’ is defined as craziness or senseless activity, and as small business-people we can certainly relate to that concept, particularly as the holidays loom and the year comes to an end. Of course, every small business is unique and every business owner has their own priorities for […]

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Small business and startup tip: managing bookkeepers, accountants, and the end-of-year mishegoss

Mike | December 7th, 2009

Ugh. Right? It’s December, so it must be time for those year-end activities so beloved by small business owners and managers. As much fun as it is (not), it is still necessary to go through the process of tying up the loose ends, making sure the books balance, and handing the entire package off to […]

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