We’re big advocates of just trying something and seeing where it goes. Our blog is a good example of that approach. It’s very “Lean Startup”?—we just decided to do it one day, and we did it in about an hour. We tweeted it out and it took off from there. Here’s how other organizations can do the same.
Just because you are a “small business” doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking big. Your plans for expanding your enterprise may include opening a second location a few miles down the road or increasing your product line, but you should also consider how you can take advantage of the global marketplace.
We all know the concept of a kick start. An extra effort to get the machine going. Then again, there is the kick finish too, although we don’t put it in those terms like we do a machine we do talk about a “kick” at the end of a running race. That extra effort to dig just a bit deeper and drive toward the finish line. NOW is a good time for YOUR kick finish.
Payroll can be one of the most cumbersome areas for business owners to tackle. Number-crunching, creating reports, and keeping track of all kinds of data is enough to make many individuals want to hide under their desks.
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.
There are a lot of factors that go into running a successful small business, and one of the most important is one that many small business owners (especially those who are just starting out) overlook: bookkeeping.
Now that you know how to set up your accounting system and how to hire a bookkeeper, its time to learn about some bookkeeping basics. You may have been avoiding this for a long time, but its easier than you think!
Bad news for employers using payroll cards to pay their employees: A federal regulator is now saying employers can’t require employees to use them, and must offer an additional payroll option as an alternative, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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.