The value of well-trained employees to a small business is priceless. However, when severe economic times bear down on us, employee training budget is usually the first to be cut. Cutting your small business’s training budget often makes sense at the time; however, it will prove to be a costly mistake in the long run.
You probably know the anecdote about President Harry S. Truman, whose desk bore a sign with these words: The buck stops here. What he meant, of course, was that he and he alone was ultimately responsible for everything going on in his White House; beyond him, there was no one else to be held accountable.
If you are self-employed or the owner of a business, you should seriously consider getting a business credit card and use it exclusively for your business-related purchases. Picking the right card can save you time and money – let’s see why. Taxes: Your business expenses are tax-deductible. The easiest way to keep track of these
Small businesses have always played a vital role in economic growth because they are known for creating more jobs than their larger counterparts as SBA reports. But even though small businesses have seen an immense growth due to the introduction of the internet, it is quite difficult to properly market themselves. A report by the
Nothing is more true than the statement above especially for a small business owner. Every penny is important as one gets the business up from ground and toils hard on making it profitable day in and day out. Here are a few simple ways to save small amounts of money on your day to day
Most startups and small businesses are looking for ways to manage their finances more effectively. Success in the early stages takes both operating capital and controlling costs to allow profitability. This can seem like a delicate juggling act, but there are some financial strategies that small business owners can use to support growth. Think Lean