Customers of Longview, Texas-based Aerosmith Aviation are often surprised to find out the company they hired to outfit their private planes has fewer than 50 employees. Making your small business look and function more like a big corporation is the cover story of the Feb./March issue of MyBusiness magazine, the member magazine we publish for the National Federation of Independent Business. The five small-business owners featured in this story tell us how thinking big helped them grow rich.

Another way to grow rich is to give less of your money to Uncle Sam. With April 15 just around the corner, small-business taxes are the focus of this issue’s MyBusiness Manual. Find out what your CPA wishes you knew, learn how to make the tough call between classifying workers as employees or independent contractors and find out whether you can actually write-off the MBA you’ve always wanted to get.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air–is it in your office? Find out what employers need to know about the legal hazards of workplace dating.

Almost fifty years ago when Harvey Robbins and his wife were dating, they used to frequent The Palace, a soda shop in Tuscumbia, Ala. But like so many other small towns across the country, Tuscumbia was dying. In this issue, learn how one small-business owner single-handedly saved his hometown, including the spot where he and his wife courted.