Category - Business Best Practices

What's the Value of Your Business? NEW! Stay on Top of Key Financial Indicators NEW! How Do You Determine How Much to Pay New Hires? NEW! Cafeteria Plans Might Be a Good Fit for Your Business NEW! Bookkeeping & Accounting Tips for Small Business Owners NEW! Starting Your Own Business: The Essentials for New Entrepreneurs NEW! Transform Your Business Operations by Harnessing the Power of AI NEW! Weighing Your Options: Promoting vs Hiring Externally 7 Effective Strategies for Small Businesses to Boost Lead Generation Tips for Managing your Business's Online Reputation Back to Business Basics Handling Inflation's Impact on Your Business 7 Effective Ways to Evaluate a Market Leadership vs. Management: Navigating the Distinct Paths to Organizational Success Embracing Change: Summer's End and Its Impact on Small Businesses Is the Price Right? Five Steps to Keeping Employees Motivated Keeping It SIMPLE What Is Your Most Valuable Asset? Reviving a Declining Business Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights The Pluses and Minuses of Business Borrowing Facing Off Against a Big Competitor Can Your Company Survive a Disaster? Managing Remote and Hybrid Workers Cyber Criminals are Coming - Protect Your Business Now What's Your Business's Fallback Plan? Troubleshoot Your Business Prioritizing Customer Service Tips for Relocating Your Small Business How to Increase Productivity in Your Business Business Owners: Keep That Shield Intact How Small Businesses Can Use Artificial Intelligence Mentoring the Next Generation to Take Over the Family Business Financial Analysis for Your Small Business How to Overcome Accounting Challenges Most Small Businesses Face The 5 Most Common Small Business Accounting Mistakes Small Businesses Facing Labor Shortages Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Entrepreneur? Cash Flow Strategies for Cash-Strapped Businesses How Accounting Can Help Your Business Succeed 8 Accounting Tips Every Small Business Owner Should Know 5 Common (and Costly) Payroll Errors and How to Avoid Making Them How Using a Bookkeeper Can Help Run Your Business 5 Topics Every Business Owner Should Discuss with An Accountant The Top 3 Reasons to Outsource Your Accounting Protecting Your Company's S Corporation Election Why Business Structure Matters Deducting Home Office Expenses What You Need to Know About Incorporating Your Business Small Business Health Care Tax Credit Be Proactive When it Comes to Business Issues Beware the Social Media Swamp - Learn How to Deal with Unhappy Customers Business Equipment - Lease or Buy? As a Corporation You Need to Follow the Rules A Quick Guide to What Paper You Need to Keep and What You Can Toss Do You Have a Business Continuity Plan? You Should Reviewing Last Year's Business Records Gives You an Idea of What Worked and What Didn't Pros and Cons of a Paperless Business Protect Your Business Data from Hackers Take the Sting out of Performance Reviews Take Advantage of Your Financial Statements Smart Pricing Strategies Selling Your Business? - Do This First Ten Things to Know about an LLC Fix Your Bottom Line by Raising Your Prices Get Your Business Costs Under Control Today Find and Keep the Best Talent for Your Business Getting a Handle on Payment Issues Growing Pains: Structural Considerations for Growing Your Business Hard Times? Get Back to Business Basics Hire Nothing But the Best How to Improve Your Cash Flow Need a Loan - Follow these Steps First Map Out Your Journey with a Business Plan Making a Year's Profit in a Seasonal Business Learning To Live With (and Appreciate) Employee Vacations How to Keep Your Company's Email Safe The Right Way to Ask Family for Start Up Capital Understanding what Your Ratios are Telling You What to do to Keep Your Business Healthy Before It's too Late Which Benefits Should You Offer Your Employees? Why a Succession Plan is Important for Your Business 3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Fundraising Why an Employee Handbook is Necessary Do a Financial Review Mid-Year Taking on a Larger Competitor and Winning How to Choose an Accountant for Your Business