Create a Ten Percent Profit Model

Most entrepreneurs, when starting to model their business operations using a spreadsheet, start with expected revenue by month. Then they calculate cost of sales, and then project their expenses, to find the bottom line profit or loss each projected month.

5 Benefits of Opening a Business Checking Account

One simple but critical action for any small business owner is opening a business checking account. This is especially true when launching a new...

Ready to Offer Mobile Payments? Find the Right Service

After an extensive amount of research, you've finally decided that accepting mobile payments will benefit you and your company. Congratulations! You've made a great decision. You are joining a growing number of small businesses taking advantage of this advance in technology.

How to Use a Small Business Line of Credit

A business line of credit can be a powerful asset, especially if business owners learn how to use them efficiently. So what is a...

5 Tax Saving Tips Most Small Businesses Don’t Follow

Taxes are one of the biggest burdens facing small businesses. According to the Small Business Administration, many small businesses pay effective tax rates near...

How Can a Small Business Access Low Cost Capital?

Small business optimism continues to edge up as the halfway mark of 2017 approaches. To gauge confidence, the 2016 Small Business Credit Survey presented...

The Incredible, Undeniable Benefits of a 100% Money-Back Guarantee

Why stand behind all your sales with a zero-risk promise or money-back guarantee? There are a few answers to that question, but the most important...

5 Tips to Survive a Small Business Audit

Small businesses are more likely to get selected for an IRS audit, because many of them are unfamiliar with business tax rules and often conduct transactions in cash, which leaves more room for errors.

Turn the Table: What’s an Angel Look Like?

Angel investors, particularly those in organized angel groups, are typically former entrepreneurs who have had successful liquidity events in their pasts, or executives of companies who've retired with the funds from their stock options.

How to Enforce an Expense Policy

Mention employee expense policies, and you are often quick to receive a groan from staff. Employees, particularly ones who travel frequently, don't enjoy being...

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