Welcome to this week’s small business news weekly roundup!
In this week’s roundup, we’ll discuss e-commerce in 2013, the five employees every small business needs, resources to help small biz owners understand the payroll, and five fool-proof tax tips.
First, some other great roundups:
- This Week in Small Business: Leave the Building: The New York Times shares links to articles on immigration reform, the Fed’s continuation of its stimulus plan, how capitalism is changing to make a better world, how big businesses are fueling small business growth, a website that lets you compare start-up salaries and equity, and much more.
- 3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: Feb. 6: The Street links to articles about the USPS stopping Saturday deliveries, the Kauffman Foundation’s “State of Entrepreneurship” address, and how long winters can benefit small businesses.
- Small Business Must-Reads: Thursday, Feb. 7.: From The Wall Street Journal, links to articles on how buying cloud services can increase your tax bill, the differences in cost in accepting various credit cards, phrases you should cut from marketing copy, and more.
And now, the rest!
- 2013: The Year Small Business E-commerce Sites Strike Gold: From Small Business Trends: “Almost all major corporations are already on board, but 2013 is teed up to be the year small businesses untether themselves from dated POS systems and bring their businesses to where their customers are most – online.”
- The 5 Employees Every Small Business Needs: Entrepreneur.com talks about the Mentor, the Knowledge Seeker, the Renaissance Man (or Woman), the Morale Booster, and the Challenger.
- 7 Resources for Understanding Small Business Payroll: If you could use some help managing your payroll, check out this great list of resources.
- Tax Season Tips: 5 Fool-Proof Tax Tips for Small Business Filers: As you prepare your returns, be sure to check out these tips that could save you a bit of stress — and money.
What’s new in your small business world this week?