App of the Week: Gusto

100% Paper-free Payroll Gusto (formerly ZenPayroll) is a web-based platform for small businesses that reduces the time you spend on payroll every month. No head-scratching legalese to understand and works with QuickBooks Freshbooks. Gusto takes the guessing out of calculating all federal, state and local income taxes, as well as...

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App of the Week: Bill.com

Send and Receive Payments on the Go We live in a digital world so why are you still sending invoices with paper checks and snail mail? Starting at $19 a month, Bill.com can help move you into the 21st century. For small business owner accounts payable and receiving can be...

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App of the Week: CamCard

Turn those Business Cards into a Digital Contact Book When you’re out networking, it’s very easy to collect dozens of business cards. Instead of just shoving those cards between an out-of-date Rolodex, put them into CamCard. This free Android and Apple app allows you to upload business cards individually or...

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App of the Week: Boxmeup

If you’re busy like most small business owners, you probably have some inventory or supplies stashed away in your garage, closet or workshop. If you’re like most people, when you actually need a specific item from storage, you may not remember exactly where it is. For all of us with...

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GasBuddy: Find Cheap Gas Near You

Before you head out of town, you may consider downloading GasBuddy. This app locates gas stations by city or zip code and lets you sort them by distance or price. If you get to a pump and find the info on the app is inaccurate, you can update the data...

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Basecamp

  If your to-do list is almost endless, Basecamp maybe the answer. This app can help keep your clients and your entire team on the same page. Basecamp is available in mobile and desktop versions. You can use this cloud-based app to share specific files with others, submit documents, see...

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Dropbox: Store & Access Your Files From Anywhere

I’m sure you can imagine how fun it is to need to access your files but then realize that those files are miles away from you on your PC. Dropbox helps to prevent that frustration and embarrassment by allowing you to access your files from anywhere. This app holds files,...

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App of the Week: Flyp

Have you ever wanted a special line that connects directly to someone important—mom, your bestie or mechanic? Or maybe a few phone numbers to handle the different parts of your life and business all while keeping your personal number personal? The initial sign-up gives you one number but the subscription...

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#TrapCover: People Turning Pop Lyrics Into Rap Bangers

Ever wonder what “Let It Go” would sound like as a rap song? Or even the theme to Full House? Well, neither did I but here it goes… “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton #TrapCover pic.twitter.com/ql6yfNrboE “You Belong With Me” By Taylor Swift pic.twitter.com/7pkYaG196k “Hey Jude” by The Beatles inspired...

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ISIS Has Twitter Fingers

The Islamic State has made threats against Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, reports Vocativ. The threats were made in a video released by an ISIS group called Sons of the Caliphate, a branch of the larger Cyber Caliphate division of ISIS that uses cyber warfare to launch...

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