Five Strategies for Winning at Working Solo

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Did you know that eighty percent of all U.S. small businesses have no employees? The number of non-employee businesses is expected to grow in coming years, due in part to the expansion of the gig economy and favorable economic conditions.

 

Being in business with no employees means you don’t have to deal with payroll, minimum wage rules, and other employer-related responsibilities. But it doesn’t mean you are relieved of all business-owner obligations.

 

Click here for five strategies you can use to make your business work — even though you don’t have any employees working with you.

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