Why let anything get in the way of your business potential?
Many people fail to manage their finances properly, and often find themselves out of funds by the end of the month. Again, having a good salary isn’t the only metric you should use to judge your financial success; there are many other factors you will need to consider as well. Knowing how to manage your finances and make them last throughout the month is an important skill you need to master, especially if you don’t want to go running off asking for loans by the end of the month.…continue reading →
If you’ve started a business, you’ve probably been focused on things like finding capital, raising profits, and improving your reputation. But don’t forget about taxes and all the obligations that come with it. Taxes are unavoidable, and it’s important to understand that the decisions you make now will significantly impact how much you owe at the end of the year.…continue reading →
Guess what? The industry's top talent, those who just graduated at the top of their class, are struggling with crippling student loan debt. Choosing an employer is more than just about salary and health benefits. Google offers onsite doctors, free cafeterias and even haircuts at their offices.…continue reading →
Social media can be one of the best places to build your brand
and form relationships with customers, but with so many platforms out there, it’s easy to spread yourself too thin.…continue reading →
It’s another one of those traps just waiting to engulf the unsuspecting entrepreneur, that being wasting your money in the name of “enjoying your money.” There’s a stark contrast between enjoying your money and unnecessarily wasting it and being able to make that distinction comes down to knowing thyself! The…Keep reading
Perhaps the first “fact” that everyone should know is why on earth one of the largest and most influential financial centers in the world called “Wall Street
”. The prosaic answer is that this is just where the Dutch – when New York was New Amsterdam – built a wooden fence to keep out the British, the Native Americans and the pirates – although it could be said that modern day pirates, without eye patches or skull and cross bone flags, are still not unknown in the vicinity!…continue reading →
Most families are still feeling the impact of the Great Recession. Only 51 percent of Americans said in a recent poll
that they believe their households to be financially secure. That means a huge number of families are worried about money, bills, and all the other financial things that make up their day-to-day lives, including the following:…continue reading →
While I might have started out just like any other up-and-coming businessperson and entrepreneur not too long ago, as many of my operations have gotten bigger and involved hiring and managing people, I’ve had to learn a lot about the administrative, legal and financial side of business and of course I’m talking about these elements from a more formalised and official point of view. You can only wing it for so long and effectively operate your business “out of the boot of your car” for a limited time.…continue reading →
This is admittedly one of those business areas which require quite a high capital outlay in order for one to establish operations from which they naturally want to profit off of, but oftentimes it’s somewhat of a slam-dunk kind of undertaking. Once you get a mere foot in at the door there is only one way to go from there.…continue reading →
Businesses must adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act
. People with disabilities are entering the workforce, living normal lives and spending money on consumer goods. Businesses must provide good access to disabled individuals.
Businesses can improve their image and customer satisfaction by making their business more accessible.…continue reading →