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How Finance & Tax Professionals Use Virtual Office Services During the Busy Tax Season

Finance and tax professionals, whether they work solo or as part of a larger firm, can use virtual office spaces and services to stay on top of their workloads, especially during the busy tax season. Professional virtual office spaces can be particularly useful when back-to-back client meetings are necessary...

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How to Set a Price For Your Products

Pricing is one of the most difficult things you’ll do as a small business owner, and it’s equal parts art and science. If you set your price too high, you won’t make enough sales to make a profit. If the price is too low, you risk operating at a financial loss.

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Overview of Virtual Offices, Executive Suites and Co-Working Spaces

Work has changed. In an age of instant communication, cloud-based applications, and workplace versatility, the era of the traditional office culture has come to an end. Providers of virtual offices, executive suites and co-working spaces have effectively liberated the nation’s work culture, adding dynamic and energizing new choices...

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The Best Small Business Blogs in 2019

It’s not uncommon for entrepreneurs and small business owners to feel alone as they work to grow their companies. Working alone, whether it’s from home or the local coffee shop, can add another layer of isolation. You don’t always have someone to turn to when you have a quick question or want some extra help brainstorming solutions.

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Virtual Assistants & Remote Assistants: A Comparison

While the traditional virtual assistant is likely to work from home, an executive-level virtual assistant is part of a greater brick-and-mortar presence. This fundamental difference opens the door for extensive training opportunities that broaden the professional's support capabilities.

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Why Small Business Owners Should Go Back to School, Too

As back to school season begins for students around the country, you might be wondering if more schooling can help you take your business to the next level. You aren’t alone, either. It’s not uncommon for small business owners and entrepreneurs to wonder if furthering their education might provide tangible business benefits.

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Virtual Assistants Provide a Competitive Edge

Countless small business owners rely on remote assistants or offsite receptionists to help with critical organizational duties. While some are content to offload simple tasks to self-employed, stay-at-home support people, others demand more comprehensive services...NULL

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Are Virtual Offices a Good Fit For Students?

At Intelligent Office (IO), we spend a lot of time helping businesses of all sizes get more of their best work done. Virtual office spaces are a great fit for small businesses, large businesses with several locations, dispersed teams that work remotely, and more.

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How Mail Services and Professional Addresses Help Entrepreneurs Succeed

In today's mobile economy, digital entrepreneurs often work from varying locations. While this can help save money and increase agility, it comes with one big drawback:

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The Small Business Owner’s Guide to (Finally) Taking a Vacation

If you’re like most small business owners, you rarely (if ever) take an extended break from running your company. In fact, surveys have even found that nearly 50% of small business owners take only major holidays off, if they take any time off at all.

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Pros and Cons of Small Businesses Taking After-Hours Calls

Your business may have regular office hours… but does that have to mean the phone goes unanswered once the office closes for the day?

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Why Solo Attorneys and Small Law Firms Need Virtual Reception Services

One of the top challenges solo attorneys and boutique law firms face is managing limited resources. A small team is often responsible for a dizzying array of priorities on both the legal and administrative sides of the business.

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How to Fire an Employee (The Right Way)

Firing an employee or independent contractor is a nightmare scenario for many business owners. But, sometimes you need to let people go in order to grow the company.

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How to Fix Your Company’s Reputation

Zig Ziglar, one of the world’s most popular motivational speakers, once said about business reputation: “If people like you they will listen to you, but if they trust you, they will do business with you."

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6 Tips For Reducing Overhead Costs in Your Small Business

When you think about scaling your small business or startup, do you worry about how much money you’d need to spend to take your business to the next level?

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Designing Your Office Space For Maximum Productivity

Because your environment at work has a massive impact on how well you can focus, it also affects how much work you can accomplish. In a well-designed office, it’s easy to block out distractions and focus on the task at hand.

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Save Time and Increase Profits with These Small Business Automation Tools

Automating recurring and/or repetitive tasks is one of the best ways to increase operational efficiency in your small business. Fortunately for your company, tapping into the power of automation has never been easier. Affordable automation software is readily available and the learning curve isn’t as steep as you might imagine.

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