The 3 Tax Tips Post Graduates Need to Know

For post grads in the workforce today, there seems to be one underlying factor consistent in everything you do: save money, make money, and be smart with your money.

Using Barter to Boost Sales

Businesses can utilize barter to boost sales production. It's easy, it's smart and it works like a charm. In its simplest form, bartering involves an equal trade. One business swaps a good or service for another.

Small Business Lending 2.0: The Technological Revolution

When new technology sprouts up, there is often a battle between two entities: old guard vs. new. Normally, the old guard will hold on to its original ways as long as possible until it has no choice but to adapt.

When is a Reward NOT a Reward?

Converting a reward program to a marketing program is a violation of your customers' trust. Losing their trust is one of the quickest ways to drive your customers to your competitors.

Question of the Week: How to Improve Cash Flow

"Can you give me advice or tips on improving my company's cash flow? I own a small landscaping company and struggle with my receivables."

Disadvantages of Unsecured Business Loans

Most entrepreneurs want to cast a wide net when applying for loans. Before you make your final decision about which loan option is the best for you, here are some things to keep in mind about unsecured loans.

Effective Small Business Lending Advice for Coffee Shops

Because so many Americans drink multiple cups a day, people are reliant on coffee shops and cafes for their daily caffeine intake. Are you doing your best to serve them well so they'll keep coming back?

2014 Tax Changes Small Business Owners Should Know About

While we can be certain that we'll face taxes from time to time, that doesn't mean that the rules will stay the same from year to year.Let's take a look at a few of the changes that you may see when you do taxes this year.

When is Tax Form 1099-MISC Due to Contractors?

Everyone needs a little help now and then. If these people are not your employees, they are contractors and need to be given a 1099-MISC.

Of Price and Profits

How is it that businesses consistently fail to see the relationship between price and profits? What I suspect is that many businesses believe that it's easier to compete on price than to differentiate.

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