Monthly Archives: August, 2013

How Can Technologies Enhance Your Business Skills?

As a small business owner, you have now probably heard of the many uses of technology to big and small businesses. You might already be using this approach to your own business now. However, some bosses still aren’t able to maximize all the opportunities that these innovations can offer. Aside from employing cloud computing and… Read More…

Personal Finance Tips

As a business owner, your personal finance can sometimes suffer when the majority of your net worth and compensation are wrapped up in the success of your business. For entrepreneurs who are in the startup phase, considering some personal finance tips is important. Have a cash cushion. Make sure that you are prepared by setting… Read More…

How to Deal With Employees Who Don’t Deliver

Dealing with under-performing employees is a complete waste of time. A recent survey of 1,400 chief financial officers by the staffing firm Robert Half International revealed that managers in their companies spend an average of 17% of their time dealing with under-performing employees. But according to Paul McDonald, Senior Executive Director at Robert Half, you… Read More…

How to Create a Better Learning Environment in the Workplace

Creating a successful learning environment for your small business members requires using different things other than finding a teacher. This includes addressing various workplace issues as well as dealing with possibilities that the employees will tend to ignore the training after it’s been done. To prevent the latter from happening, here are ways to guide… Read More…

Small Business Funding Do’s and Don’ts

Finding funding is a challenging task when planning on starting a small business. Even if you already started the company, continuing its cash flow is key to keep it running. When searching for ways to find small business funding, keep in mind the following: – Create an excellent business plan. Having a long-term and well-drafted… Read More…

Dates Small Business Owners Should Know

The  Affordable Care Act became a law way back in 2010, and some of its provisions have already taken effect, but some are only to be implemented by 2015. That’s why small business owners would do good to be aware of certain dates that have some connection with the implementation of the law. Some of… Read More…

How Partnerships Help Small Businesses

If you want to have a successful business, you should make sure that you excel in some key aspect in its running. Usually it is a technical component of the business that you have in mind, but sometimes it can also be an interpersonal skill. You have to make sure that you are brilliant in… Read More…

Extra Scrutiny from the IRS

If you’re not convinced yet that the IRS is really one strict Big Brother agency, here’s one more proof: it is now sending out notices to small business owners titled ‘Notification of Possible Income Reporting’, claiming that it is just gathering information, but a lot of people are unconvinced. It seems that the IRS is… Read More…

Hackers Endanger Small Businesses

It is a must for a small business to use computers now in its day to day operations. It saves a great deal of time and it is far more efficient in performing some tasks than doing things manually. However, there is a danger to small businesses when it comes to using computers that owners… Read More…

Impact of Affordable Care Act on Small Businesses

The Affordable Care Act was made into a law back in March of 2010. The main purpose of the law is to make health insurance more affordable and to reduce the overall costs of health for the population. There are several ways that the law is supposed to achieve those objectives. However, some small business… Read More…

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