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Synonyms for business

Synonyms for business

commercial, industrial, or professional activity in general

the commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

something that concerns or involves one personally

something to be done, considered, or dealt with

Synonyms for business

the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects

a rightful concern or responsibility

an immediate objective

customers collectively

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The IPS allows family-owned and operated businesses to apply lack-of marketability and minority-interest discounts that shave a fair amount off the value for such wealth transfers.
The goal is definitely to increase the success rate of businesses and make sure that during that transitional period, that they have all the tools," he adds.
Small businesses have participated in this expansion.
New Mexico Bureau of Revenue,(43) even though the corporation liquidated only one of its two businesses and continued to conduct the other business, which was similar in nature to the one that was liquidated.
Based on survey results, the largest percentage of visitors are small businesses and people thinking of starting a business.
If used efficiently, business aircraft can be a large asset to profitable businesses.
Sawyer's engineering firm, which she started in 1991, is just one of the 800,000 small businesses that start up every year.
Businesses that, for the first time, subject themselves to the taxing jurisdiction of a state--whether inadvertently or intentionally--can expect to suffer several adverse consequences.
In broad overview, the 1993 data show that more than two-thirds of small businesses in the United States are indeed very small (fewer than five employees) and that more than one-half operate in the retail trade, business services, or professional services industries.
The allocation of corporate staff to an entrepreneurial venture during its early stages could necessitate a very expensive benefit structure completely out of line with its business needs in terms of attracting employees or competing with established businesses.
Hallmark Business Expressions helps businesses cultivate relationships using business greeting cards to communicate with key customers, prospects, employees and donors.
small businesses experienced growth of 20% or more during the mid-to-late 1990s.
According to Jack Faris, NFIB president, overregulation is "the fastest growing of all government created problems facing-small business owners today" The organization, which represents more than 600,000 small businesses nationwide, including CPA firms, estimated that small-business owners spent one billion hours and more than $100 billion annually on federal paperwork.
In addition, there is a sense among small business people that current tax policies and government regulations do little to encourage initial investment and reinvestment in small businesses.