Jamie Johnson

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About Jamie

Jamie Johnson is a Kansas City-based freelance writer who specializes in writing about small business and finance. In additional to writing for CO, she currently writes for clients like Business.com, Quicken Loans, and Business Insider.

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START » STARTUP

10 Examples of Famous Businesses That Changed Their Names

Companies change their names for a variety of reasons. Here are 10 companies that successfully made the switch.

START » STARTUP

How to Register a Business Name in 6 Steps

Learn how to register your business name and avoid potential problems down the road.

RUN » FINANCE

Employee Expense Reimbursements: Guide for Managing Expense Reports

Employees will need to be reimbursed for business-related expenses like travel or meals. Learn the best practices for employee expense reimbursement.

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When to Update Your Business Plan

You should update your business plan more frequently than you might think. Here are eight signs it’s time to update your business plan.

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What to Consider When Drug Testing Employees

Drug testing helps determine whether employees abuse illegal substances or prescription medications. Here are five things to consider before drug testing employees.

RUN » FINANCE

8 Employee Expense Tools to Consider

Efficient expense tracking is a necessity for businesses of all sizes. Here are eight employee expense tools you can consider.

RUN » FINANCE

Should You Give Employees a Company Car?

Before providing your employees with a company vehicle, you need to consider the legal and tax implications.

START » STRATEGY

9 Sustainable Business Terms: What They Mean And How to Use Them

Learn nine sustainable business terms, their meaning, and when companies can use them.

GROW » MARKETING

How to Market Your Sustainable Business

Customers are more concerned about the environment than ever and want to work with socially responsible companies. Here are six ways to market your sustainable business.

GROW » MARKETING

Local Services That Cater to Work-From-Home Employees

These six services will attract more work-from-home employees to your business.