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Fuel Savings Tips for Power sweeping Businesses

Fuel Savings Tips for Power sweeping Businesses

Fuel expense is a major cost concern for all power sweeping business budget managers. There are numerous ways to reduce fuel costs significantly. Many business owners may not be aware of some of the less obvious but highly effective methods of cutting fuel waste. Below is an abundant list of great ways to help minimize […]

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Selling Power sweeping Services in 2021

Selling Power sweeping Services in 2021

If there’s one point that 2020 has driven home for many power sweeping business owners, it’s that the world of B2B and B2C interaction has changed. Some of those changes are common across the business sector and are being predicted to stick long-term. Others will almost certainly remain at least throughout most or all of […]

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Stronger Together: Uplifting Others through Service

Stronger Together: Uplifting Others through Service

As we look ahead to a new year, many business owners are wondering what they can do to gain ground after a difficult 2020. Employee morale may be a bit low, business is still bouncing back, and we’re all thinking about what we can do to make this year better than last. At NiteHawk Sweepers, […]

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How To Install Convoluted Wafers

How To Install Convoluted Wafers

Out of the many different possibilities, wafers are just one of the styles of a broom core. They can be used to make broom cores for sweeper attachments, road construction sweepers, and mechanical sweepers. Wafers are easier to handle than tube brooms and are available in poly, wire, or a poly/wire combo. The shape of […]

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How Will the Paycheck Protection Program  Affect Tax Liability for Small Businesses?

How Will the Paycheck Protection Program Affect Tax Liability for Small Businesses?

This year, many small businesses took advantage of financial relief packages to support them through the pandemic, including the federal Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP. Of the $660 billion paid out, approximately 75% of it went to small businesses to help cover payroll, mortgages, and other expenses. While this was a welcome relief for many […]

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Forgiveness of CARES Small Business Loans

Forgiveness of CARES Small Business Loans

The federal CARES Act is the U.S. congressionally initiated an emergency funding program that has allocated $349 billion in loans and other assistance for small businesses this year (2020). The program was launched to help entrepreneurs like small power sweeping business owners weather the economic crisis brought on by the coronavirus and the resulting national […]

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The Ones That Get Away: How to Avoid Losing Good Employees

The Ones That Get Away: How to Avoid Losing Good Employees

As the economy gradually recovers from a difficult year, small businesses are working hard to bounce back. One challenge is rebuilding our workforce with solid new employees. Although many people are looking for work, the changing realities of schooling, childcare, remote work, and unemployment benefits may make it difficult for both employers and candidates to […]

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7 Steps to Manage a Power Sweeping Business Through a Crisis

7 Steps to Manage a Power Sweeping Business Through a Crisis

There’s too much to do. Taking on a big project that does not immediately contribute to revenue generation doesn’t seem to make sense, and possibly never will. Creating a crisis management plan may appear to be one of those wish list projects. After all, it’s a plan you hope will never be realized. But, it’s […]

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5 Ways to Increase Powersweeping Service Sales in Q4 2020

5 Ways to Increase Powersweeping Service Sales in Q4 2020

At first look, it may seem like a naïve notion that sales can be somehow pumped up while COVID-19 continues to ravage all of the best-laid plans for 2020 revenue generation. But, it’s not an uninformed idea that’s not at all out-of-touch with current realities on the ground for many power sweeping companies. Some savvy […]

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Economic Recovery and Section 179: An Important Tool for Your Business

It is hard to understate how difficult this year has been for small businesses. According to a recent study, 31% of small and medium-sized firms are currently not operating due to a lack of demand and disruptions in cash flow. But the most current economic forecasts do give us some reason for hope. Following a […]

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