Mom-And-Pop Go Global… And Learn Tax Rules The Hard Way

March 16, 2015
Lisa Travnik

It is a popular myth that mom-and-pop businesses have been forced into obsolescence by multinationals. Sure, the old hardware store in your town has probably been replaced by a Home Depot  and the local drug store with the soda fountain has long since been pushed out by Walgreens and CVS. But even though Main Street doesn’t look the same anymore, mom-and-pop are not dead.  To read more, link to the Forbes.  


Lisa Travnik
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