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New EzPaycheck Payroll Software Is Tailored For Women Entrepreneurs

Simple and affordable ezPaycheck payroll software for small business

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Women entrepreneurs can now get a simple and inexpensive solution to payroll processing when utilizing the updated ezPaycheck business software from The development team accommodates business owners with many new features including a quick start guide for those new to the business world.

“Many entrepreneurs in the business industry are finding that ezPaycheck payroll software is one of the easiest and least expensive payroll solutions on the market. ” said Dr. Ge, the founder of

Simple, reliable and affordable, ezPaycheck is the right in house payroll tax solution for small businesses to calculate taxes, print paychecks, generate reports and print tax forms. No internet connection is needed.

EzPaycheck software is designed to automate paycheck processes to reduce the time spent on running payroll. The software’s graphical interface leads users step-by-step through setting up employee information, importing data, calculating payroll – including calculation of federal, state and local taxes; deductions for Medicare, insurance and 401(k) plans; and printing paychecks. New users can download and try this software for free with no obligation and no cost at

EzPaycheck payroll software includes the latest tax tables and tax forms. This paycheck software also supports flexible tax options to satisfy the special businesses, nonprofits and churches.

Small businesses and nonprofits will appreciate the unique features in the latest release of ezPaycheck payroll software:

Supports stub only printing

Supports daily, weekly, biweekly, semimonthly and monthly payroll periods. Features report functions, print functions, and pay stub functions.

Easily calculates differential pay

Prints miscellaneous checks as well as payroll calculation checks.

Prints payroll checks on blank computer checks or preprinted checks.

Automatically calculates Federal Withholding Tax, Social Security, Medicare Tax and Employer Unemployment Taxes.

Includes built-in tax tables for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Creates and maintains payrolls for multiple companies, and does it simultaneously.

Prints Tax Forms 940, 941, W-2 and W-3.

Supports multiple accounts at no additional charge.

Supports network access.

Priced at $ 89, ezPaycheck payroll software is affordable for any size business. Customers seeking a way to simplify payroll processing with more accuracy to start the no obligation 30-day test drive today at:


Founded in 2003, has established itself as a leader in meeting and exceeding the software requirements of small businesses around the world. Offering payroll software, employee attendance tracking software, check writing/printing software, W2 software, 1099 software and ezACH deposit software. It continues to grow in the philosophy that small business owners deserve affordable, user friendly, and totally risk-free software.


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Georgetown University and Urban Institute Researchers Release State-by-State Analysis on How the Affordable Care Act Will Create Opportunities for More Entrepreneurs

Washington, D.C (PRWEB) June 04, 2013

A team of nationally recognized researchers estimate that the number of self-employed entrepreneurs will be 1.5 million higher in 2014 because of the new health insurance options created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sponsored report was coauthored by Georgetown University’s Center on Health Insurance Reforms and the Urban Institute.

“Far too many people have had their dream of launching their own business delayed or denied because they couldn’t afford to give up the security of good health insurance,” said Sabrina Corlette, co-author of the report and director of the Georgetown University Center on Health Insurance Reforms. “That’s all about to change when the Affordable Care Act starts offering high-quality health insurance options that aren’t tied to employment.”

The researchers found the impact of the ACA on entrepreneurship will vary state by state, depending on the insurance market reforms states may already have in place. For example, they estimate an increase of 124,000 newly self-employed in Texas, 72,000 in Florida, 67,000 in Ohio and 60,000 in Pennsylvania because the ACA’s reforms will improve individual’s access to high quality health insurance that isn’t tied to their jobs. Massachusetts, however, will see no measurable change because many of the ACA’s reforms are already in place.

Provisions of the new health law that may encourage more people to start their own business include:

No applicant can be turned down because of a preexisting condition.

Individuals cannot be charged higher premiums because of their health status.

Insurers must offer plans with a comprehensive set of essential health benefits.

Tax credits to help low- or moderate- individuals and families will reduce premium costs.

Medicaid expansion, in some states, will provide coverage for those with the lowest incomes.

The research was funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and published by the Center on Health Insurance Reforms (CHIR) and the Urban Institute. CHIR is composed of a team of nationally recognized experts on private health insurance and health reform. For more on the center’s work, please see our website and blog.


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CEO and President of Marketing Maven Public Relations, Lindsey Carnett, Brings PR Insight to Cal Poly Entrepreneurs at California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo

Lindsey Carnett, CEO & President of Marketing Maven Public Relations

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

Lindsey Carnett, CEO and President of Marketing Maven Public Relations, will outline the foundational practices of implementing PR for entrepreneurs on February 12, 2013 at 6:30 PM in Building 38, Room 112 at California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.

In a presentation titled, “You: The Owner, PR: The Mediator”, Carnett establishes the importance of public relations in building a successful entrepreneurial career. By sharing her own experience in becoming a small-business owner, Carnett reviews the hurdles she faced and poses important questions to help students reflect on their own entrepreneurial paths: how long can one survive without income? What does it take to create a corporation? What kind of financial accounts need to be created? Do small business owners need investors? Who can refer business? When is the right time to expand?

Carnett also covers the fundamentals of public relations, including its six main functions and their importance. “As more and more entrepreneurs take the risk of building their own empire, it is important that they learn from the business experience of successful owners to avoid pitfalls of their own,” said Carnett. “This includes having a foundational understanding of what may be needed to help catalyze that success, such as outside help from a public relations or marketing company. When entrepreneurs invest life savings into building their success, they must know the facets of growing into their industry and setting the bar as thought leaders and industry professionals.”

As seen in the Forbes Most Powerful Woman Business Leader issue, Carnett has taken her business expertise globally, enlightening her marketing peers and those new to the industry about accountable publicity and positive online reputation. Having spoken at Electronic Retailing Association D2C and at the Electronic Retailing Association’s Great Ideas Summit, Carnett has gained the reputation as an expert in the field of marketing and public relations.

For more information about Carnett and Marketing Maven Public Relations, please visit

To learn more about California Polytechnic Entrepreneurs, please visit

About Marketing Maven Public Relations, Inc.

Bicoastal PR firm, Marketing Maven Public Relations, Inc. is an innovative and exclusive public relations agency that under promises and over performs. Founded by Lindsey Carnett in 2009, the agency specializes in lifestyle and consumer products, companies and events. Additional services include hospitality and gaming PR, social media campaigns, reputation management, direct response marketing, SEO, celebrity gifting and Spanish media relations. Marketing Maven Public Relations, Inc. develops newsworthy mainstream issues relevant to the clients’ product or service. With offices in New York, the agency then creates media interest and delivers the clients’ message to the masses, creating a demand from the target demographic.

Marketing Maven Public Relations, Inc. also has an expertise in Direct to Consumer marketing as well as product development and PR for supplements and ingredients. The agency has the ability to earn product distribution at retail and helps find funding for national product launches. With representatives across the globe, the Marketing Maven Public Relations, Inc. team has strong relationships with local, national and international media. Visit for more information about the company.

About Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

One of the best parts of CPE is our connection to our parent organization, the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Through the CIE, we can connect our members to a wide array of valuable resources needed when working to start a venture.


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Related Entrepreneurship Press Releases Bored in school, failing classes, at odds with peers This child might be an entrepreneur, says Cameron Herold. At TEDxEdmonton, he makes the case for parenting and education that helps would-be entrepreneurs flourish — as kids and as adults. Filmed in Edmonton, Canada.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the “Sixth Sense” wearable tech, and “Lost” producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on, at Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at

Celebrate National Entrepreneurship Week 2010 Nationwide — Entrepreneurs are Our Heroes

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 19, 2010

Educators and entrepreneurs in every state have produced activities and events to celebrate the 4th Annual National Entrepreneurship Week… an chance each and every February to nurture the entrepreneurial spirit. This special week is created to honor entrepreneurs in every single state and let the whole nation know about the entrepreneurship education programs preparing American youth to carry on the heritage of America’s past and become self-reliant future entrepreneurs.

Given that 2006 when the US Congress passed Resolution 699, advocating entrepreneurship education and an annual week nationally celebrating the worth of America’s entrepreneurs to the economy, the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education has served as the host. Every state is headed by a state leadership team coordinator that encourages activities and events in every community focusing on all levels of education and the community as a entire. To nurture the “entrepreneurial spirit” in their states, the team leaders work with the Consortium to access resources, tips, and publicity opportunities. Check out some of the wonderful activities in local communities that are underway at the National Entrepreneurship Week web site.

“Entrepreneurial Literacy Empowers Everyone” —

How a lot do you know about making your own business? Can you answer the “20 Questions for All Americans” that are created to determine your fundamental entrepreneurial literacy? Throughout the week educators are challenging parents, teachers, community leaders, and entrepreneurs to see if they know as significantly as young entrepreneurship students. Check out what these students are understanding and see if you can earn an “Entrepreneur Genius” Certificate too.

Join the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education in celebrating this special week February 20 – 27, 2010 (that by the way is part of Career and Technical Education Month). Read all about the challenge to education “Career Prepared with Entrepreneurship ….a Key 21st Century Skill A Call for Entrepreneurial “GENIUSES” for the Workplace” and share it with others.

It Takes 50 Entrepreneurial States to Make an Entrepreneurial Nation — Join Us.


Cathy Ashmore, Executive Director, Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education – 614-486-6538 or cashmore(at)entre-ed(dot)org


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Social Network for Entrepreneurs Offers Small Business Support

Get tiny company assist via the Small Enterprise Bonfire.

Stewartsville, NJ (PRWEB) February 28, 2011

Small Organization Bonfire, an on the web community offering assist and support for entrepreneurs and modest enterprise owners, launched lately at The community, founded by Alyssa Gregory, focuses on collaboration in between modest company owners.

The Small Company Bonfire challenges entrepreneurs to identify what is not working for their organizations and to alter how they operate to boost achievement. Members of the community gain access to a growing social network of other passionate and talented entrepreneurs who share experiences, exchange suggestions and offer tiny business advice.

Other membership positive aspects contain access to the Red Hot Tool of the Week, which highlights new productivity, social media, Web or other company-related tools tested by the Small Business Bonfire team. Membership also consists of access to the Little Company Library, a collection of reports, guides, tip sheets, swipe files, worksheets, types and tools submitted by other Tiny Organization Bonfire members.

Alyssa Gregory began the internet site simply because she was inspired by support, guidance and suggestions she received from other tiny company owners when launching her first business. Gregory feels that all small enterprise owners can benefit from the support of other entrepreneurs.

“We all have a story we all have the prospective for achievement and we all face challenges in our modest corporations,” says Gregory. “One of the most successful methods to get modest company help is by communicating and collaborating with your peers. The Tiny Enterprise Bonfire gives the environment for entrepreneurs to do that.”

Gregory strives to be more than a silent owner on the website. She plans on sharing her own experiences, assistance and resources on the community and says she will not hesitate to ask questions herself.

The web site presently offers a free of charge Kindling membership level with paid premium membership levels set to launch by the end of March. In the future, Gregory says Little Business Bonfire plans to launch a printed monthly newsletter, quarterly magazine, live video conferences and a shop selling tiny company products.

To join Tiny Enterprise Bonfire or for more data, pay a visit to

About Alyssa Gregory

Alyssa Gregory is a little company enthusiast, writer, speaker and consultant who has a passion for understanding, creating opportunities for collaboration, and sharing understanding. She reaches over 700,000 modest organization owners and entrepreneurs every month through her a lot of online and offline ventures, and is properly respected by her peers for the high top quality details and guidance that she shares with her readers, customers and colleagues. Her work can be identified on, and a quantity of other small business sites. A full listing of her credentials can be identified on

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