Small Business Influencer

Helping Small Businesses Have a Voice in a Big Business Auditorium

Navigating a firm with employees is completely different than being a solo entrepreneur with no Fair Labor Standards Act obligations. The reality is that many of us don’t have family, peers, or mentors who run million-dollar businesses; don’t have bank loans or law firms on retainer; and have never written a check for $100,000 to the Internal Revenue Service. I have.

There are several types of entrepreneurs: the hustle entrepreneur (part-time income often not claimed on taxes, YIKES!), the home-based business (often less than $250,000 income, operating out of your home), the solo entrepreneur (no employees, functioning as a single-member LLC), and the small business owner (who has employees and all the stresses that come with the employees, revenue projections, sales, human resources, etc., just like a large business but without the tax advantages and perks). As a small business influencer, I know each is completely different, but all have one thing in common: HARD WORK!

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