Running multiple businesses is not for the faint of heart—doing so requires a lot of work and dedication. But if you’re driven, motivated, and passionate about what you do and who you do it for, serial entrepreneurship might just be the next step to take your business in.
Tax season can be a very frightening time of the year for a small business owner. Technically, anyone who expects to owe more than $1,000 to the IRS in taxes is supposed to send in quarterly estimated tax payments, but for new startups especially it can be difficult to gather up the full amount due to pay.
Maybe all you entrepreneurs of the world have been too caught up in checking off your end-of-the-year to-do lists, or have been too busy burning the midnight oil every night in the office in preparation for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but we are currently in the midst of National Entrepreneurship Week!
Over the past 15 years, we at MyCorporation.com have helped thousands of small business owners start up and formalize their companies, and one of our favorite parts about helping small businesses is seeing how they define and present themselves.
Starting a business involves a great deal of filling out and filing the appropriate paperwork to get up and running. A lot of it is fun to work on—picking a business name, logo, color scheme and location—but there’s also plenty of legal work that new small business owners need to think about.
The key to gaining investors is the ability to convince them of your passion and drive to see the success of your one-of-a-kind business all the way through. Aside from that, though, there are some concrete things that look good on paper to investors that make them…
Something big has been happening in the world of business, and that something goes by the name of the benefit corporation. Recently, Delaware became the 19th state to enact benefit corporation legislation.
Starting a business all on your own can prove to be one of the more difficult occupation paths to take on. Thankfully, new entrepreneurs will find that the more people they add to their team from investors to employees and partners, the easier it is to run a business.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.