Many people know that they can save on fuel costs by not idling their vehicle, staying within the speed limit, and keeping their vehicle conditioned, but there is much more you can do, especially as a business owner, to keep your gas expenses down.
Whether or not we like to admit it, we all view the world through the lens of our personal biases and stereotypes. It’s an unavoidable fact of human nature. If you accept it and go with it, you’ll only gain- both in business and in life.
Emergencies can and will happen, and often when we least expect them to. If you own a small business, then knowing how to properly prepare for and respond to an unexpected crisis can be the deciding factor between the recovery of your business and it’s permanent closure.
The cataclysmic destruction in Japan should serve as a reminder: as much as we think we are in control, we’re not. In an instant, life can throw us a strong, hard curve ball, forever altering the way we live or do business.
To many small business owners and the self-employed, health care is a costly burden, and over the past few months this expense has only grown. But all is not lost. With some effort it is possible to have usable health coverage while keeping costs to a minimum.
If your are a professional going into business for yourself, you will likely face the dilemma of deciding what to charge for your services. Should you chose incorrectly when setting a price, it can cost you a tremendous amount of money and potential clients. These five steps will help you to avoid such a loss.