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Long-term changes in entrepreneurial income
Small Business Trends
The income that Americans report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) generally takes three broad forms: the wages and salaries that people get for working for a business or organization; investment income (capital gains, dividends and interest); and income from running a business of one’s own. Most of the income on which Americans pay income taxes takes the form of salary and wages. In 2011, the latest year for which data are available, 72.3 percent of the $8.4 trillion in reported income was of that form, data from the IRS Tax Stats reveals.
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5 business expenses you can easily reduce
Under 30 CEO
Are your business expenses starting to spiral? Are you starting to get worried about your business's future? Don't panic. Small changes in everyday practices can make a dramatic impact on your company's finances. Here are five areas where you can start making improvements ASAP.
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What entrepreneurs love (and hate) about running a business
FOX Business
Running your own business tends to be a love-hate relationship. While there are a variety of things that entrepreneurs enjoy about owning a business, there are nearly as many that they dislike, according to a new study from TD Bank.
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Long term changes in entrepreneurial income
Small Business Trends
The income that Americans report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) generally takes three broad forms: the wages and salaries that people get for working for a business or organization; investment income (capital gains, dividends and interest); and income from running a business of one's own.

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5 tips for buying car insurance for the self-employed
The Street
Along with the many other steps to take when starting a business, here's one that many self-employed folks neglect: checking to make sure they have the right car insurance coverage. Just because your business is part-time or operated out of a home office on a shoestring budget doesn't mean a personal auto insurance policy is enough.

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Most US small-business owners would do it all over again
Gallup
More than 8 in 10 U.S. small-business owners say they would still become a small-business owner if they had it to do over again. This sentiment has changed little over the past 11 years, which suggests that the difficulties many small businesses experienced during the Great Recession did not cause owners to regret their decision to start a business.

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What every entrepreneur should know about worker safety
Entrepreneur
Many entrepreneurs give worker safety short shrift. It's not that they are bad people, indifferent to human suffering. Rather it's that business owners have so many important things on their plate that many believe that there’s no point worrying about something that may never happen.
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The secret to a successful social media strategy
Forbes
Why are people so drawn to social media? The question long haunted Mikolaj "Misiek" Piskorski and eventually led to his new book, A Social Strategy: How We Profit from Social Media. Drawing from years of research dating back to before Facebook, the book offers an in-depth analysis exploring why some social media platforms soar while others fizzle, and how business can use them to generate profit.
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How to digitally market to millennials
By Emma Fitzpatrick
Every industry is constantly evolving with each new technology, and soon it will be out with the old and in with the new. The way we learn, talk and tackle tasks is all going to change in the next few years. Wondering what's driving this shift in how we operate?
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A pep talk for the self-employed
Marketplace
Trust exercises, after work softball games, the obligatory happy hour. It's all part of everybody's favorite office activity: team building. But what do you do if you work in an office of one?
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Grow your business: 5 tips for scaling up
BusinessNewsDaily via FOX Small Business
Growth is essential to any business's success. For most entrepreneurs, growth is gradual and a little slow at first. But with the right tools and techniques, some can make their sales skyrocket quickly and sustainably. This was the case for Bill Reilly, a Milwaukee-based entrepreneur and co-founder of auto repair facility Hands-on Garage.
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