Small business news from around the web: March 6 – 10, 2017

Written on Mar 07, 2017

Businesses salivate over Trump’s tax ideas, but will they happen?
There’s been a lot of talk in Washington concerning “pro-business” tax cuts. What happens, and what it means to investors, remains to be seen.

Remember: Some tax return due dates are different in 2017
If up seems down to you this tax season, you might be a small business owner. A new law which kicks in for the tax year 2016 has flipped due dates for some corporate and partnership tax returns due in 2017.

How chatbots are changing the way businesses communicate with customers
To fight against the white noise of impersonal marketing, companies are increasingly turning toward chatbots. For marketing professionals, this is an exciting way to reach their target audience.

10 advantages you’ll see when you shift your business to the cloud
What is the biggest benefit of shifting your business to the cloud, and why? Young entrepreneurs weigh in.

Tech Corner – New 'fingerprinting' tech can track you anywhere online
Banks, retailers and advertisers can track your online activity using Web "fingerprinting" techniques, but these methods usually only work across a single browser. Now, however, new technology can follow you anywhere online -- even if you switch browsers.

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