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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) today launched a new web page and blog dedicated to educating small business owners about the Affordable Care Act.
If you’re a small employer, the following are some of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions that may apply.
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Agri Drain Corporation has played a vital role in helping generations of farmers manage water and reduce erosion; it is why the Adair company has been named the Renew Rural Iowa Entrepreneur Award winner for February.
Thousands of Iowa residents will join hundreds of thousands of Americans across the country stepping up to serve as volunteers on the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on January 21. Opportunities for getting involved are posted at www.volunteeriowa.org.
A couple of us from the UNI Entrepreneurship team traveled to New Hampton last month to meet with Peter Awad and Jason Trout of GoodBlogs of Decorah. Awad and Trout have been on our radar for some time; they are forefront of some dynamite activity in NE Iowa with their tech startup company GoodBlogs.
I’m a child of the 90’s (though my wife may argue I am still a child). As such, Seinfeld’s show about nothing left a profound impact on my life
Last evening I was reading a book I received as a gift recently, and came across the phrase about love relationships. It said sometimes in the beginning the flame is fast and hot, but as the flame dies down, hopefully it evolves into a deep glow that sustains.
You’re on a raft in the middle of a fierce ocean. It’s solid, but it’s small, perfectly suited to skim calm waters, but of dubious integrity when faced with the rough and tumble waves of a serious storm. Unfortunately, that storm is coming.
In 2013, small business owners will be faced with difficult decisions, specifically ones surrounding health care reform and the Fiscal Cliff resolution, but this is not the time for your business to stagnate.