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401(k) plans shouldn’t intimidate small businesses

Joel Johnson |

As most are aware, Fortune 500 companies and other larger businesses tend to offer 401(k) retirement plans, or something similar, to their employees.

Hartford Foundation awards $287K grant for Albany Ave. restoration

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Foundation has awarded a $287,000 grant to the overseer of a revitalization project on Albany Avenue in the Capital City's north end.

Financial wellness goals for small business owners

Allison Standish-Plimpton |

Whether you're a small business owner entering your 20th year in business or kicking off a grand opening, a sound financial plan is essential to any businesses' success and profitability.

Report: Hartford small biz yield nation’s worst sale-to-asking price ratio

Joe Cooper |

Greater Hartford small business owners who sold their companies during the first quarter received the lowest return rate vs. their asking price in the nation, according to a recent report.

CT business coalition slams “workplace fairness” bills

Joe Cooper |

A coalition of Connecticut business groups on Monday slammed several workplace bills they say would harm the state's economic potential.

No relief for Hartford commercial taxpayers

Greg Bordonaro |

For anyone who thinks Hartford commercial taxpayers will get relief now that the city is on sturdier financial ground, think again.

If you don't know how to onboard new employees, you're not alone

Pam Butterfield |

For many employers, bringing on new employees is something they haven't had to do for years.

Trump’s tax overhaul complicates 2018 tax season

Q&A talks with Patrick Duffany, managing partner of accounting firm CohnReznick's tax practice, about this year's tax season.

CT lures 'tommee tippee' maker's U.S. HQ

Gregory Seay |

The British maker of the 'tommee tippee' brand of baby products sold worldwide has accepted $400,000 in Connecticut incentives to relocate its U.S. headquarters and 16 workers to Stamford from...

Lawmakers look to broaden access to projects earmarked for small, minority contractors

Joe Cooper |

A program steering a quarter of state and municipal projects to small and minority contractors is inching closer to a major overhaul, with proposed changes that would redefine the size of a small...

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