Making your business viable doesn't have to be hard - you have to WANT to make the change, and then take action. This month's post takes another look at Profit First, a simple system that can help any business be profitable.
A few months ago, I borrowed a book from our local library that has COMPLETELY changed my view of my business! It helped me gain control over the business expenses, translating into distributions and profit NOW, not some time after I file my taxes. It helped me, and it can help you, too.
Preparing for a two-week trip with small kids by car is a lot like preparing your small business for tax season that is coming up soon...if you want to be stress-free, you need to plan! Today's post includes three tips to get your business bookkeeping ready so you don't have to stress after the busy holiday season!
It is estimated that organizations lost 5% of their annual revenues to fraud. Do YOU have the controls in place to protect YOUR business?
Today's post acknowledges that we are half-way through the calendar year. Do you know the health of your business? Check out today's blog post to find out what you can do if you don't have a budget in place to compare.
Consider the costs of losing a valuable employee, and having to start over (we’ve all been there and how difficult it is to replace someone like that). Pretty costly, yes? A recent article offers some interesting statistics on what employers can do to retain talent who are in search of a better work-life balance, often due to significant changes in family dynamics.
Your start-up business may be one great idea, but neglecting the business finances will destroy your dream. Read more for ten solid reasons to hire a key position from the start.
No one started a business because they love to keep papers around. But did you know that if you cannot show proof that your business incurred a legitimate expense AND that the business paid it, you can lose that deduction? Read more about a simple change you can make to your bookkeeping process that pays off BIG!
Your employees are costly. If you are still using manual time cards, they are costing you much more than you realize. This week's post talks about 5 of the most costly aspects of manual time keeping, and what you can do to get those costs down.
Why is networking so darn hard? After learning a few tricks, and putting them into practice, I learned it really wasn't. For small business owners who are not comfortable with networking, but realize that this is a large part of our success, this post is for you.