Category Archives: Small Business

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The Perfect Time to Improve Your Business

In my last post, I reported that small business optimism is at an all-time high. And now I want to discuss a point that all businesses should take into consideration during this excellent wave of optimism and confidence. It’s pretty obvious, but it’s always worth repeating:  it’s time to improve your company. Experts will suggest that any time… Read More »

Optimism Rules!

I subscribe to several business-related newsletters and e-zines. There’s nothing like timely business and financial news hitting your inbox every day. My wife thinks it’s boring, but then again, she spends hours looking at pictures of food on Pinterest. I try to tell her that mine is more interesting, because money buys food, but she counters with “you… Read More »

Using Section 179 to Sell More – Part 3

One more post about using Section 179 to sell more. You can read part one here, and part two here. These strategies are a little more advanced than what I talked about earlier (which boiled down to more or less “talk about it more / get it on your website and marketing collateral”). The following three strategies are… Read More »

Using Section 179 to Sell More – Part 2

In my last post I talked about using Section 179 to sell more equipment, and focused on the fact that many business owners simply aren’t aware that Section 179 even exists. Let’s take that one step further and talk about a few specific strategies that can help equipment sellers sell more using Section 179. #1 – Make Your… Read More »

The Section 179 Bomb

Ok, the dust has settled, the holidays are over, and I have some time to discuss Section 179. As I mentioned in a post a few weeks ago, Section 179 got a big boost from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. But I felt like I had to write about all of the major business aspects of the… Read More »