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Pet Need a Special Diet? Petco Has the Food They Need — For Cheaper

Sometimes your pet needs special food. Maybe they’ve got an upset stomach, and they need something to soothe it. Or maybe they’re a little chunky (shhh… don’t tell them) and could benefit from a veterinary diet. Sometimes they have weird allergies, so you’ve got to be choosy in what you feed them. Whatever it is, […]

4 Reasons Youth Can Be a Secret Weapon for Entrepreneurs

August 26, 2020 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I began my first successful entrepreneurial project when I was 13, and I’m here to tell you: Being young makes it much harder to start a business. It’s harder to build trust with customers. It’s harder to raise money from investors. […]

How to Weave More Empathy Into Your Marketing for Better Connections With Potential Buyers

August 25, 2020 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Here’s an example scenario I’m sure you’re familiar with: You walk into a shop prepared to buy. This time, it’s organic moisturizing soap. You already know what you want and you’re 100 percent sure you’re going to walk out of the shop with […]

Quitting Work to Care for Your Kids? Ask Yourself These Questions First

In a normal year, back-to-school anxieties revolve around spending too much on school supplies or finding a good after-school program. This year, the coronavirus pandemic adds a new layer of stress. As some school districts begin the year remotely and many families choose virtual school options, some parents are left wondering if they’ll need to […]

You Work Better When You’re Being Watched. Here’s How To Monitor Yourself

You don’t need a boss looking over your shoulder to get the benefits of being observed Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! August 24, 2020 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Tens of millions of us — two thirds of all American full-time […]

How to Get Your Resume Past Online Screeners (Hint: Use Keywords)

When was the last time you sent your resume to an actual human being to apply for a job? These days, many job seekers don’t encounter a real, live person until getting past an initial electronic screening round. And because of that, some of the rules of resume writing have changed. We asked career coaches […]

5 Tax Strategies to Help Your Business Survive the Coronavirus Slump

August 23, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Economic times had been good for so long, it was hard to imagine a downturn. Now that it’s arrived faster and deeper than anyone expected, the ability for some businesses to survive will partly depend on how they can leverage tax […]

Dear Penny: My Credit Score Dropped by 38 Points for No Reason

Dear Penny, During the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve re-evaluated my monthly budget to spend less, with a focus on keeping my credit card balance at zero each month. Even with what I consider diligent money practices, my credit score has gone down 38 points since March. Although still considered in the good range, it’s now at […]

5 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Franchise – and How to Avoid Them

August 22, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The food and beverage industry is a tough game. Sixty percent of restaurants don’t make it past their first year, and 80 percent go out of business within five years. Those are hard odds. Franchising takes some of the risks out of […]