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Tips from the Iowa Department of Revenue on income and withholding tax credits for businesses.
More than 40% of today’s companies are taking advantage of an inexpensive, user-friendly marketing tool for generating leads and strengthening customer relations.
It can be hard to understand taxes in any language. The IRS provides many free products and services on its Spanish language web pages.
On behalf of the White House Rural Council’s Made in Rural America export and investment initiative, we are pleased to invite you to participate in a regional forum on expanding international market opportunities.
While social media is great, you can’t beat a basic website to make yourself, and your company more visible on the Internet.
Entrepreneurs are continuously faced with delivering their “pitch” to audiences, whether financial partners, other entrepreneurs, friends and family, and others. So how exactly does the entrepreneur learn the techniques of giving the pitch?
Iowa farmers learn about emerging technologies and industry trends at the successful third annual Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Economic Summit.
As an entrepreneurs are often pinching pennies, especially during the startup phase. But, investing in a good graphic designer will pay dividends.
Starting a business is one of the most exciting things you’ll ever do. But it’s also really scary. However, the way you manage risk early on prevents you from spending your time (and money) putting out future fires.
In this month’s edition, IEDA Director Durham takes a few moments to recognize the courageous men and women who faithfully serve our country, while providing an overview how IEDA is helping Iowa veterans begin and maintain their entrepreneurial careers.