How to Save Time with Your POS System

If you rely on your POS system for time and wage data, that is some of the most important data you have, and manual data entry can be time-consuming—and ultimately very expensive in terms of using your time as the business owner. But there are ways to use your POS system and transfer all that […]

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Pay Attention to Passive Job Seekers

When we’re looking to hire a new employee, many of us focus on active job seekers—the people are out there actively looking for a job. But you can really benefit by finding ways to sell your business to passive job seekers—people who are not actively looking for a new job, but will accept an offer […]

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After the Millennials: Here Comes Generation Z

The Millennial Generation has been the subject of countless articles and studies, describing their workplace habits, life progression, consumer choices, and more. And now the workplace is getting ready to welcome the next generation: Generation Z. Authors David and Jonah Stillman define Generation Z as Americans born after 1995, and they’ve begun cataloguing some of […]

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The Benefits Employees Want

Employees and candidates aren’t just looking at salary and wage numbers. They’re considering the broad array of benefits that you’re offering. It’s important to offer benefits that appeal to the kind of people you’re looking to hire, while not wasting your resources on offering benefits that your employees don’t have any interest in. The ADP […]

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Don’t Make These Common Tax Mistakes!

Taxes are one of the most complicated tasks for small business owners, and it isn’t hard to make mistakes—even big ones. Small business tax specialist Gail Rosen shares some of the most common mistakes small business owners make with their taxes, and how to avoid them, including correctly classifying employees and contractors, deducting startup costs, […]

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Do You Need Outside Help with Payroll?

A small business owner has to wear a lot of hats. Early on, one of those hats is often for handling payroll. You may think that as long as the business is small, with just a couple employees, payroll is something you can take care of on your own. But when should you look at […]

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Questions to Ask When You Apply for a Loan

So you’re applying for a loan for your small business. Chances are, you have some questions, and you need answers before you go through the entire process. Even more importantly, you want to make sure you’re asking the right questions in the first place! The ADP Blog Team has your back! Here are the three […]

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What You Need to Know About Term Loans

Sometimes your business needs a cash injection. Whether you’re going to take on investors or engage in a form of debt financing (i.e., a loan), it’s important to choose the right form of financing for your business generally and the situation you’re in specifically. One of the most common options for small businesses is a […]

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Can You Shorten Your Sales Cycle?

One valuable way to boost your sales is to find ways to shorten the sales cycle. How can you get customers to purchase more quickly? Do customers start the process, but then sit in limbo for weeks or months before finalizing the purchase? Every business will have a different sales cycle, but finding ways to […]

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What to Do When Your Spouse is Your Business Partner

Running a business with your spouse can be a dream come true—but it also comes with its own set of unique challenges. What does it mean for you when your business partner is also your partner in life? There are some great benefits including the higher levels of trust and mutual understanding, but also some […]

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