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Thoughts on Continuing Education

It’s been quiet on the blog here for a while. My attention and energy has been focused on several large projects: summer workshop development and advertising, the summer lesson schedule, and of course the Creatives on a Sea Cruise Piano Conference that I attended last week. 476 more words

Studio Updates

3 Ways to Stop Employee Financial Stress From Costing Your Business.

Stress is a big part of business owners. No matter how hard they work, there will always be times when they’re stressed out and worried about the future. 597 more words

Sps Business Loans

Outsourcing Payroll Helps the Company Focus on their Core Business

Management should look for ways to outsource activities which are outside the company’s in-house expertise. When a company recognizes internal business processes are being done, which are not part of the core business, alternatives should be considered for improved efficiency. 516 more words

Online Payroll Service

The Gift Of Dreaming

  I love that children are born with the gift of dreaming.  Nothing is too big for them to be or do in their minds.  What did you dream of becoming when you were a kid?   601 more words

Small Business

New to QuickBooks Online? Take a Tour Around the Home Page

Switching from QuickBooks desktop or starting fresh with QuickBooks Online? Here’s a quick overview of its home page.

Whether or not you’ve ever used accounting software, we think you’ll like using QuickBooks Online. 729 more words


Daring Greatly

My Month of Firsts

Another month of silence in my blog. But honestly, I’m OK with it this time. I had such a big month in March as it will now be known as my Month of Firsts. 870 more words

Working Mom

Tax Time for Music Teachers

This is a re-vamped post from last year. Most sole proprietor or independent contractor teachers are knee-deep in tax paperwork right now, and I wanted to put out these helpful links again.

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Small Business Owner