By Deborah Sweeney on March 26th, 2014
I realize that tax season is officially on its way out, and taxes are probably the last thing anyone wants to think about. But, as any long-time entrepreneur will tell you, taxes are an aspect of your business you just can’t escape. When you run a business, you always have to watch out for how… Read the full article.
By Mark Stokvis on February 20th, 2014
Printing can be expensive; it’s even more costly when you mistakenly send docs to be mass-produced that are riddled with errors, contain foolhardy content, or are poorly designed. We’ve all seen promotional fliers that might have been made using Microsoft® Paint from 1997. Before submitting anything to a printer, run through this checklist to save… Read the full article.
After 25 years of senior management Fortune 150 corporate senior management and entrepreneurial experience overseeing and directly involved with finances of thousands of small and midsized businesses, I started my own company providing debt management and privatized banking concepts to business owners. I supply them with a superior combination of wealth building, access to capital,… Read the full article.
Even with a one-year delay, there are steps employers should take now to prepare for employer shared responsibility (ESR) and minimize the risk of potential penalties later. Knowing and understanding the key components of ESR that could impact your business – minimum essential coverage and affordability, who qualifies as an applicable large employer, the ESR… Read the full article.
This article originally appeared on Bplans.com. Business planning is about results. You need to make the contents of your plan match your purpose. Don’t accept a standard outline just because it’s there. What is a business plan? A business plan is any plan that works for a business to look ahead, allocate resources, focus on… Read the full article.