Your money should work for you, so learn how to manage your cash flow and finances effectively with our helpful articles.
The most common form of small business in the U.S. today is one individual operating as a sole proprietor, owning and running a home-based, unincorporated business, personally financing the enterprise and paying federal taxes on a personal return.
If you are tired of paying rent on the building that…
The decision to buy or lease is one of the most critical any business must make, and depends on a variety of factors.
If you are a business leader, you are faced with challenging problems that affect others every day. Be sure to ask yourself the following five questions regularly to stay on top of your game.
As the holiday’s edge closer and closer, 2015 planning should already be signed, sealed and delivered. However, if you are a bit late on planning, there is still time to improve next year’s sales plan.
The year is coming to an end, and for business owners that means one thing is top-of-mind: preparing year-end financials.
The decision to raise or lower prices is a touchy one, with many ramifications for your business. But the decision whether or not to change prices is not as important as the decision about how to go about it.
When you are considering an exit from your business, whether it is for strategic reasons or because you’re retiring, selling outright is often one of the most attractive options.
Normally, traveling for business can be costly due to last-minute bookings or traveling at peak times. Even though certain costs cannot be controlled, there are several ways your business can save on travel expenses.