Small business owners need to know what their personal and professional goals are five years from now. Only then can you begin to execute the plan to leverage your time and your talent to grow your small business. Start now. Don’t wait.
If you look at the trending tweets on twitter about #minwage, you can actually see minimum wage inflation just by reading the tweets. These are very compelling memes if they were true, but there’s more to the story.
Did you know that you could be showing a profit and still be going bankrupt? It’s true. The definition of bankruptcy is running out of cash. Why are profits and cash flow often very different at a point in time? Here are five common reasons and what you can do about them.
In 2006, the real estate market in south Florida collapsed. Two brothers who were developers building houses on spec saw their business turn upside down as a result. They did what any Italian true-to-his roots would do; they bought a pizza truck.
If you know what’s happening to the cash flow in your company, you can make decisions that will improve profits and cash flow long term. Here are three easy small business bookkeeping tips that will save your sanity and help you get started.
A business plan outline is designed to take the stress out of writing your plan. Yes, every small business should have a plan. If you don’t, it’s like trying to drive to an unknown destination without a road map. It’s highly unlikely you’ll get there in one piece.
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.