CenturyLink Donates $25,000 for People to Digitally Connect

CenturyLink | April 1, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is making the need for equitable access to technology essential across the nation. Families desperately need computers for home learning, access to telehealth, tools for newly laid off individuals, and access to the world during a time of extreme isolation. PCs for People is uniquely positioned during this unprecedented time to help low-income individuals … [More]

Mailing.com Wins Coveted Gold Stevie Award

Mailing.com | March 31, 2020

Mailing.com, the Phoenix-based leader in direct-mail services, has won a Gold Stevie® Award for Front-Line Customer Service Team of the Year - Business Services Industries. The Gold Stevie® is mailing.com's second win for its customer service team. The company, which provides printing, mailing, and web-to-print marketing services for clients nationwide, earned a Bronze … [More]

Preparing to Sell Your Business

by Oliver Davis and Michael Gillette

There are many considerations you must consider when you are getting ready to sell your business. Most owners are quick to jump to how much money they will receive or when the deal will close. But before you spend a lot of time and energy on the sale of your business, you should take a few steps to prepare your business for sale: at worst, it will make the sale process go more … [More]

Raising Money for a Business

by Oliver Davis and Michael Gillette

All businesses need cash to operate. Sometimes a business may need outside financing for buying a new piece of equipment, research and development, buying inventory, or adding sales and marketing capacity. There are two ways to finance the capital of a business: The business can borrow money, called “debt financing,” or the business can sell part of its ownership to an … [More]

Starting a Business? Make Good Choices on Entity Type

by Michael Gillette

One of the first and most important decisions an entrepreneur will face in launching a new business is what type of entity to incorporate as. In this article, we’ll focus on some of the pro and cons associated with three common choices — corporation (also sometimes referred to as a “C corporation” because it is taxed as a separate legal entity under Subchapter C of the Internal … [More]