Small business news from around the web: July 31 – Aug. 4

Written on Aug 03, 2017

How to spot and avoid common errors in business valuations
Whether it’s an error in the valuation of Snapchat parent Snap or an error in the valuation of a mom-and-pop restaurant up for sale, a mistake in valuing a business can be costly – to both the owners and the valuation professionals.

Ohio factory owner says she has jobs but shortage of sober applicants
An Ohio factory owner says that though she has blue-collar jobs available at her company, she struggles to fill positions because so many candidates fail drug tests.

IRS: Business identity theft cases jump 250% so far in 2017
The IRS logged 4,000 business identity theft cases in 2016, and through June this year it’s logged 10,000. Those may seem like low numbers relative the overall number of returns businesses file, but the dollar value elevates the fraud to a serious concern.

Resources, rules pose challenge to multistate taxation compliance
Determining how to track employees across state lines and keeping up to date on taxation requirements that differ by state, strain employer resources and make perfect multistate taxation compliance challenging.

Tech Corner - Building a data-driven culture starts with the team
Being a data-driven organization is an ongoing process -- you need to invest in the right team, infrastructure, software, and processes that can promote lasting change.

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