Which Business Structure is Best For You?

Which Business Structure is Best For You?

Before you start a business, the first thing to consider is the business structure. To know which is best for your business, we will be discussing some of the facts about business structures. What is a Business Structure? A business structure is the blueprint of your business with regard to the ownership, profit sharing, and liability...

How to Handle Employee Payroll as a Small Business Owner

How to Handle Employee Payroll as a Small Business Owner

Issuing payroll means more today than writing a check. It means navigating a complex set of websites to file various taxes, issuing checks, and maintaining employee and company records. Depending on how many employees you have, it could take a few minutes or a few hours each week to complete your company’s payroll. It...

5 Reasons to Get Rid of Your Accountant

5 Reasons to Get Rid of Your Accountant

When it comes to running your small business, having a handle on your finances is essential to your success. This is why you cannot afford to work with a bad accountant. Not sure if you are currently working with the right professional? Read on and learn the top reasons why businesses choose to break...

Money and Credit

Have Bad Credit? You Can Still Get Funding. Here’s 5 Ways.

Business owners or startups seeking loans to fund their ventures can become frustrated when banks and traditional lenders turn them down. If you have poor credit, it can be very difficult to obtain traditional loans. Don’t panic. Studies show that only about 25 percent of a business’ credit comes from credit cards or loans. The...

5 Hidden Costs of Hiring You Must Consider

5 Hidden Costs of Hiring You Must Consider

Most managers have a salary figure in mind when interviewing a job candidate. But they should also consider the costs of hiring a potential new employee before extending an offer sheet. There are various cash and non-cash benefits to account for—such as unemployment insurance, 401(k) matches, office supplies, and other fringe benefits. According to 2016...

5 Ways to Get People to Talk About Your Business

5 Ways to Get People to Talk About Your Business

With messages coming at consumers from every direction, social media, emails, television, radio, newspapers, and more, it’s getting harder and harder to be heard above the fray. While push messaging, your attempt at pushing your products at people has completely lost its relevance, you still can do the opposite and pull people into your brand...