“Your website is your opportunity to showcase the value of working with your business, as an employee or as a customer. It also allows for you to project your product offerings and messaging exactly as you wish them to be seen.” Eek, sounds important! It is important, and it’s worth the investment to build up a website that represents your …
It’s midyear 2013 — time to take a serious look at your business tax planning. Here are some places to start.
The sales cycle, the process from initial client contact to final settlement of the account, has a deep impact on the success of your small business. Small businesses often underestimate the complex aspects of this cycle- the very cycle that converts your hard work into success.
A well-prepared balance sheet contains a wealth of information.
Tax-wise, it’s okay to reward yourself by taking advantage of your credit card’s cash-back program. At present, the amount you receive or use to reduce your payment or balance is not taxable income to you.
June is traditionally a month for weddings, a time of thoughtful and emotional decisions about marriage — and money. Here are topics to consider as you and your intended discuss the finance of romance.
Business owners focus a lot of attention on building better products. When their products are hot, the company does well, despite other shortcomings. Certainly, new and better products are essential, but focusing on building a better business – one that readily adapts to change and quickly responds to crisis may be even more important.
“FSA” stands for Flexible Spending Account. Many companies offer FSAs as part of their benefit package. And if you’re eligible but not using one, you could be missing out on a way to reduce your health care costs.
The spring teenage celebration known as “prom” is becoming a major financial event. According to a survey done by Visa, the amount families with teens are likely to spend on prom this year is $1,078. That’s an increase from last year’s average spending on prom of $807.
Remember August 8, 2011? That’s the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 600 points after the first-ever Standard & Poor’s downgrade of U.S. debt. The Dow’s one-day drop was its biggest point loss in a single day since December 1, 2008, and the sixth biggest point drop in its history.