6 Numbers That Drive the Success of Your Business

Gina Bianchini of Mightybell asked what specific measures do I look at regularly. Here's what I said in answer to her question:

How to Make Your Small Business More Efficient

In an economic climate where a small business may require a massive investment of capital in order to get off of the ground, being able to cut the costs of operations can be a major source of assistance to productivity as well as staying in the black.

Small Business Health Check: Are Your Finances in Order?

The success of your small business hinges on the health of your finances. Every business faces hurdles and unexpected expenses—but when properly prepared for,...

Is Your Budget a Forecast?

Hold it! These are confusing terms. When does a budget become obsolete? Do we rely upon constant changes and call it a forecast? So, let’s...

8 Small Business Funding Options That Solve a Cash Flow Crisis

If small business owners had it their way, they’d never have to worry about money. Their bank accounts would always give them the financial...

Retirement Plans for the Small Business Owner: The SIMPLE Plan

Since there are so many people setting up individual LLC's or home based side businesses, you need to keep a close eye out this time of year for setting up one kind of retirement plan, a SIMPLE IRA. The deadlines are just around the corner in the next few weeks, so could this be the right type of retirement plan for you?

How to Save a Failing Business

The competitive nature of modern economies can leave any company vulnerable to the prospect of financial disaster. Difficulties with debt and creditors can quickly run out of control with anything other than a truly robust business strategy and a reliably winning formula.

Do You Know the Difference Between an Investment and an Expense?

What’s the difference between an investment and an expense? The difference is simple: one will start paying you back, and the other is a...

Personal Credit Card Alternatives for Nonprofits

If you run the finances for a nonprofit organization, chances are you have questions about expense management. While there isn't an expense management bible specifically for nonprofits, there is a lot of good advice on the internet—the trick is sorting through the muck to find the gems.

Small Biz Check Up

It's the first week of April. How are your financials doing? It's time for a small biz check up. By now, all your financials on the first quarter of 2014 should be available to you.

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