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When you start a business, there are often so many things that you have to consider, decide on, and do, that the smaller and more obvious things can slip through the cracks. Where your finances are concerned, you may not think beyond having a business credit card or business loan, until you realize that in actuality, you need a place to organize the cash flow and where you are spending your money. Obviously, you need a business bank account. But what kind?
Running a business by yourself is stressful enough, you don’t need the added stress that tax season brings. Whether you’re a seasoned business owner who has had to file your taxes for years, or if this is the first time you’ve had to handle self employment taxes, the entire task is a headache. It doesn’t matter how you look at it, it’s still an undesirable task. Add in the fact that there are a lot more small things that need to be submitted and accounted for when you own a small business, and it’s no wonder that you’re dreading tax season.
There are many people out there who offer accounting services, financial advice, and investment guidance. However, there’s only one kind of financial professional who is certified by the state to be fluent in state and federal regulations concerning tax law and financial planning. Continue Reading →
Many workers consider one thing the difference between a “grown-up” job and a temporary gig: a decent benefits package. This includes everything from vacation days to health insurance to retirement planning and severance. Although only a few things are legally the obligation of the employer, building an employee benefit package that goes above and beyond can make a major difference in the operation of your business. Continue Reading →
Starting a new business is a fun adventure, but also a challenge. Below are 4 things that every entrepreneur needs to know before they jump headfirst into the business world. Continue Reading →
In a competitive job market, it can be hard for small businesses to attract and keep quality employees and decrease turnover.
However, even without the resources or budget of a huge corporation, there are plenty of ways that you can give value to your employees. All it takes is a bit of creativity. Take a look at the ideas below and consider which are right for your business:
Flexible hours & work-from-home options
Many managers and employers are wary of giving their employees too much freedom. While it’s true that people can take advantage of lenient work schedules, studies have found that in general, greater flexibility promotes better productivity, efficiency, and employee satisfaction. A flexible schedule can promote trust and cooperation between you and your employees. Continue Reading →