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Take Your Business With You (With Mobile Payments)
May28

Take Your Business With You
(With Mobile Payments)

Boy, those Square things look neat, don’t they? You just plug them in to your smartphone, swipe a card, and viola! You get paid! PayPal has a reader now, too. In fact, there are lots of different companies that offer the ability to accept mobile payments. It’s natural to want to get in on the action, but…

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12 Top Apps For Business Travel
May15

12 Top Apps For Business Travel

I’m a big fan of Square. It allows me to accept credit card payments for books and other materials on my Android when I’m out and about at a speaking engagement or conference. Hotel Tonight allows you to book hotel rooms the same day. I have friends who never pre-book hotels anymore – they simply fly…

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Top 10 Movers And Shakers Of Silicon Valley (Infographic)
May14

Top 10 Movers And Shakers Of Silicon Valley (Infographic)

These top 10 entrepreneurs went big and call nothing but the Valley home. Veterans and newbies alike rock the worlds of tech, social media, and business. Priya Haji was been a serial social entrepreneur since the age of 16. She founded World of Good, an online retail marketplace and wholesaler of sustainable…

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11 Tools To Simplify Your Business Accounting
May10

11 Tools To Simplify Your Business Accounting

The most important financial metric for most startups is monthly cash flow. Indinero lets us easily see how much we’re spending each month by category so we can budget for the coming months. Almost all small business accountants in the United States are familiar with QuickBooks. Thus, I recommend…

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3 Wallet Apps You Can’t Afford To Leave Home Without
Apr18

3 Wallet Apps You Can’t Afford To Leave Home Without

A few months ago I drove an hour and a half from Tampa to Orlando to meet a friend for lunch. When I pulled up to the restaurant I realized I had left my wallet at home. Cash, cards, id, all of it. With a quarter of a tank of gas and no chance of getting a margarita, I panicked and then grumbled to myself…

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