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In The Gym With The Affordable Care Act

Since I am writing this on tax day, I am reminded of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and what it means for your small business. I want to look at some of the features that will result from the impact on small gym owners, of health coverage and collecting the indoor tanning tax. But First A Disclaimer This is intended to be informational and not to take a stand politically, on one side or the other. Businesses that have employees are going to have to respond and deal with the ACA and some cases of non-compliance may result in penalties. [...]

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How to Successfully Promote Your Gym with Flyer Campaigns

Flyers and leaflets give you an inexpensive way to promote your gym and attract new members. Whether or not they offer an effective solution is up to you and what you decide to do with them. Not every flyering campaign brings you the reputation that you want or the clients that you need. If your campaign is not done correctly, you might end up running at a loss and dealing with a bunch of agitated residents complaining about the littering. To ensure that your flyering campaign brings you the good exposure and business that you need, you need to ask [...]

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Updates and Tanning

Hi Everyone, Here's what has changed since my last update (last Wednesday): Issue #131: Added Tanning production type Issue #140: Break out totals on Location and Company Performance reports Issue #147: Delete and un-delete personal training clients Issue #156: Added the ability to delete locations Issue #157: Moved Reports to it's own tab and adjusted the navigation menus Issue #158: Removed the Last Month totals column from the Location Performance report The biggest change is the new Tanning production type: Secondly, all of your category totals are now called out on the Location and Company Performance reports: Thank you again [...]

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