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  • The Small Business Owner’s Weekly Reading List

    November 24

    Here at SurePayroll, small business is our business. We are always working to create and share content that can help small business owners like you. Check back every Friday to get some light reading in before the weekend hits.

  • National Entrepreneurs’ Day and Giving Thanks for Small Business

    November 21

    This week, Americans officially kick off the holiday season with the celebration of Thanksgiving (don’t worry, we won’t tell if you’ve already been blasting holiday music since November 1).

  • Good Things Come in Small Packages – Preparing for Small Business Saturday

    November 15

    Small Business Saturday is quickly approaching, taking place this year on November 25. In a previous post we discussed what Small Business Saturday is and shared some of the important stats from 2016. 

  • Good Things Come in Small Packages – Preparing for Small Business Saturday

    November 9

    Since 1952, Black Friday, the day following Thanksgiving Day, has been known as the day that kicks off the holiday shopping season. Since its start, the unofficial holiday has evolved in ways such as starting earlier and earlier each year, most recently bleeding into Thanksgiving Day, and has become characterized by countless videos of consumers going wild for crazy cheap items as basic as dish towels. 

  • Weathering a Storm: How to Prepare Your Business for the Unexpected

    September 9

    Depending on where you live, natural disasters might be a more common occurrence or possibility than in other areas. But even if you are used to the cadence of hurricane season, or live in an area that has seen more than its fair share of tornados, for example, it's hard to be 100% prepared, especially when you are likely preparing on both the home and business fronts as a small business owner.

  • Student Employees Back To School - SurePayroll

    August 24

    The end of summer brings a lot of things – cooler temperatures, final cookouts, one last pool day, and, for some seasonally staffed businesses, lost employees. As a small business owner, you likely employ high school and college students during the summer months. When they head back to school, what are you supposed to do?

  • Employee Poster Requirements for Your Small Business

    August 16

    As a small business owner, there are many legal requirements that you cannot afford to overlook, some of which may be more obvious than others. One which may not come immediately to mind is accurately displaying the employee posters that apply to your business.

  • 3 Benefits of Adopting Retail Store Management Software

    July 11

    Retail store management software has come a long way in the past decade. It's now more affordable, scalable, and efficient than ever before. Advances in hardware technology, data communication technology, software development, cloud computing, and the widely accepted "Software-as-a-Service" (SaaS) business model have created the perfect storm and paved the way to change the way retailers do retail.

  • How to Measure the Success of your Small Business

    July 7

    July is Independent Retailer Month—we've partnered with ShopKeep on a three blog series focused on small business tips, with a special emphasis on retail business.

  • Wage Theft and the State of Small Business Employee Trust

    May 31

    Later this week, we will break down the differences between hourly and salaried employees, and the legal classifications and payroll considerations associated with each.

  • What are the Top Causes of Data Breaches?

    March 21

    In a perfect world, you would never have to worry about your company being the victim of a data breach.

  • 5 Top Security Tips for Small Businesses in 2017

    January 25

    Did your small business face any security related challenges in 2016? Were you able to avoid a major disaster that cost your company both time and money?

  • Last Minute Gifts for Busy Women

    December 19

    Does your wife, mother, sister, girlfriend or daughter own her own business? For the woman entrepreneur who tries to do it all, here’s a gift list to make her life a bit easier.

  • How to Build an Effective Shopping Cart for Your eCommerce Site

    December 12

    Nearly seven in 10 people abandon their shopping carts. That leaves billions of dollars in potential revenue to collect dust while customers search elsewhere, think about their purchasing decision before they pull the trigger, or ultimately forget about items completely. 

  • Holiday Party Ideas for Your Small Business

    December 5

    How are you going to show your employees your appreciation this holiday season? If you are the person in charge of organizing the holiday party, you will have a lot on your plate – and we don’t mean cookies!

  • 3 Quotes, 3 Lessons From Warren Buffett

    November 18

    Most people know Warren Buffett as one of the most successful and accomplished investors of all time. No matter if you are in the financial industry or simply enjoy investing your money with hopes of big growth, it is safe to say that you can learn a lot from him.

  • Client Retention: Are you Making the Grade?

    November 12

    After putting so much time, money, and energy into securing a new client, it would be a shame to take a step back and watch all your hard work go to waste.

  • 3 Business Lessons from Jeff Bezos

    November 12

    Jeff Bezos is more than the founder and CEO of Amazon and new owner of The Washington Post. He is also one of the brightest businessmen in the entire world.

  • Are You Your Biggest Obstacle?

    November 11

    An Interview with Entrepreneur Jeff Young

  • How to Take a Holiday Break as a Small Business Owner

    November 11

    The holiday season is a time to enjoy yourself. It is also a time for showing loved ones just how much you care about them.