Monthly Archives: February 2012

Robin’s blog for Entrepreneurs_02_25_2012

S corp status –pros and cons (Article from Small Business Trends) : http://smallbiztrends.com/2012/02/s-corp-deadline-approaches.html My Comment: As this article points out, there are pros and cons to S corp status, as there is with any legal construct.  Aside from the various … Continue reading

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Robin’s blog for Entrepreneurs_02_20_2012

Should employees be rewarded for making mistakes? (Article from Inc.com (1/23)) http://www.inc.com/paul-schoemaker/how-to-make-brilliant-mistakes.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+inc%2Fheadlines+%28Inc.com+Headlines%29 My comment:  If one looks at the underlying premises of six sigma and other management efficiency methodologies, one sees that a key premise is to push down the … Continue reading

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Robin’s blog for Entrepreneurs_02_19_2012

1)     Great Startups Can Hook an Investor in 60 Seconds (Article from “Startup Professionals Musings blog (1/26)) http://blog.startupprofessionals.com/2012/01/great-startups-can-hook-investor-in-60.html My comment: As I have said before, raising funds is, in part, a selling game. As with any sale, one has to … Continue reading

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Robin’s blog for Entrepreneurs_02_12_2012

1)     Form 1099-K  Online Sellers Brace for a New Tax Filing Requirement form (Article from Entrepreneur.com/The Daily Dose blog ) http://www.entrepreneur.com/blog/222681 My Comment: Form 1099’s are confusing at the best of times: when to send one, whom to send one … Continue reading

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