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| May 22, 2019
At Trifacta, we’re focused on building software that helps individuals and organizations unlock the potential of their data by providing a new approach to how data is explored and prepared for analysis.
Article | June 1, 2021
Does your small business use Google Alerts? Do you even know what Google Alerts are? Once you set them up (see below), Google Alerts will notify you anytime the keywords you choose appear online. This is only for newly published content, not content already published on the internet. So, what can you even use Google Alerts for? Here are some ideas and how they can help you build your small business.
Article | June 15, 2021
It’s been more than a year since the pandemic shutdown began. And in that time, the office, like the entire world, has changed — most likely forever.
But the changes we’ve seen to date are just the start; more are on the horizon. This was ever-present throughout May as the news cycle continued its coverage of companies and states pulling back their return to office plans.
As large companies grapple with bringing employees safely back to the workplace, small-to-medium business (SMB) owners have both advantages and disadvantages. They are usually more agile and can institute change more quickly than their larger counterparts, but their budgets and operational plans may not readily handle sudden shifts.
Article | March 24, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges for every business and every individual, creating a new reality. It also provides an opportunity for creative solutions to maximize customer and employee service and value and ways in which each business can individually be of service to others, said Mark Lupo, a consultant with the Small Business Development Center at the University of Georgia. “For small businesses, this can be a time to build relationships with customers and employees on a deeper level, by communicating that you care about them and are concerned for their safety,” Lupo said.
Article | July 8, 2021
There are currently millions of pages of legal tax law on the books, creating challenges for business owners of all stripes. Even those with relatively “simple” business models are often wondering whether they are paying their taxes correctly and on time.
One of the most common challenges faced by business owners is whether or not to apply taxes to an invoice. Invoices often represent a significant portion of all financial transactions. When you issue one, does this create a tax obligation for the issuer? The recipient? Both? Neither?
Unfortunately, the answer to this question is one that is highly situational. Whether you need to pay taxes on an invoice will depend on the legal status of both parties involved, the nature of the invoice itself, and a variety of other factors. Having accurate and correctly taxed invoices will help your business improve its reporting and payment cycles, along with other functions like invoice factoring. Because applying taxes to an invoice can be difficult for some people, you may want to consider working with a professional accounting firm.
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