Bulletproof Ways for Protecting Your Startup from Data Breach

Getting your startup off the ground is hard enough. Between working long hours and trying to line up investors, you’ve got enough on your plate. The last thing you want is your clients and supporters (and your company!) to become the victims of a data breach. While your brand and reputation may recover in time, the best way to handle cyber security is prevention. Here are some steps you can take to reinforce your data.

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Want to run your business like it’s world-class? Start with a POS upgrade.

Ok, so you have a trendy, new boutique shop.  You’re beginning to get traction and exposure in your community, and your sales are growing.  All your hard work, all those sleepless nights, the maxed-out credit cards … it’s finally starting to become worth it.

But now you have a new problem.  Your current POS software is outdated.  It takes forever to add new products.  It only works on Windows (not your tablet or smartphone).  And the reporting is atrocious.  Well, I’ve got some good news for you.

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Should I e-file my tax return?

Yes, it’s everyone’s favorite season: tax season.  You, like millions of other Americans, may be starting to feel the pressure.  Have you downloaded all your 1099s from your various financial accounts?  Have you received all your charity contribution receipts?  Are you planning on doing your own taxes, or using a tax professional?  These are all things you need to figure out, and time’s running out …

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Want to feel like the boss you are? Social Soda is here to help.

Marketing is a major investments for anyone starting a business. And it’s often very time consuming. Problem is: not everyone has time for content production, checking analytics, handling SEO, and so on … On the other hand, spending hiring marketers can be quite costly, which is a tough pill to swallow for entrepreneurs. Well, let me introduce you to Social Soda, a company that promises to streamline your social media marketing and save you both time and money.

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Business Expenses

7 Essential Business Expenses You Should Remember

Starting a business is an ambitious undertaking. The stakes are high, and it’s not easy to make a name for yourself. The costs will pile up fast, and you may feel tempted to cut corners. It’s possible to go bare bones, but there are things you just can’t live without, and you can risk your business falling apart if you don’t make the necessary investments for your success. These are the seven business expenses essential for success.

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Top Free Invoicing and Accounting Tools for Start-ups

If you have ever had the chance to experience working at a start-up, then you understand that most start-ups are run on a very tight budget. Each and every penny needs to be accounted for and there usually isn’t much in terms of surplus.

In most cases, it’s advisable to hire a part-time accountant to look through your books every month or so to make sure all your records are up to date, and that the best accounting practices and standards are being followed. That being said, the start-up shall still need a way to monitor its accounts and keep track of its accounting records, in preparation for the monthly professional accountant visit. Therefore, free invoicing and accounting tools are a valuable asset and come in very handy during the day to day running of the start-up.

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GoLittleEngine – Your Way to Financial Freedom and Customer Satisfaction

GoLittleEngine is a software solutions company that provides fundraising, education, e-commerce, and other software for individuals, organizations or businesses.


San Clemente, CA – March 3, 2015 – If you’re looking for the right website to use for your business or organization, then GoLittleEngine is a great option worth considering. There are many individuals, organizations or businesses, which need elegant and responsive software management tool to raise funds for their organization, build e-commerce software for their businesses or provide the e-learning solution for their institution.

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