There’s a reason why accounting is one of the main disciplines taught in business school. It’s similar to the reason why businesses of all sizes as well as individuals make budgets. It’s important to keep track of where your money has and will go in order to use it wisely. Unfortunately, most of the roughly 80% of small business owners who use credit cards for funding are exposed to unpredictable credit card interest rate increases and therefore cannot allocate their money with any real confidence.
It is well known that successful small business owners must learn how to juggle the various demands of running a business. But these days that juggling act may extend to things like managing a mobile and geographically disparate workforce, coordinating multiple modes of communication, working with various forms of data, and doing it all in a prompt, personalized way.
-This post was updated November 11th, 2013 Now that the 2012 tax season is in full swing, it’s time to get the proverbial ball rolling with your business tax return preparations. If you want to maximize your return while holding on to as much of your precious time and money as you can, then make sure to check out these free tax resources for small business owners and the self-employed. Tax Tips, Resources and Assistance from the IRS The IRS has put together a an incredible resource for small and home-based business owners and anyone classified as self-employed. If you have never visited their Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center, then I urge you to do so. The site is … read more…
As consumers become more attached to their smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices, ensuring that your website can be rendered on these devices has become a necessity. Even if you are operating on a tight budget, you can still build a great mobile website for your business. Here are 14 free tools to help make your website mobile-ready.