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5 Estimated Tax Strategies For Business Owners

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Made Hot by: BusinessBloggerPro on May 23, 2011 3:10 am
With the second estimated tax payment for 2011 due June 15th, you should review your tax payment amounts and procedures to avoid penalties or overpayments as well as to simplify the payment process. Read More

4 Ways To Negotiate Your Debt When Cash Flow Is Slow

4 Ways To Negotiate Your Debt When Cash Flow Is Slow - http://www.openforum.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Finance
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Made Hot by: PeaceNLove on May 19, 2011 4:39 pm
You’ve committed the cardinal sin of owning a business: Poor cash flow management. Get ahead of the problem and actively negotiate with your creditors to preserve vendor relationships and, ultimately, your business. Read More
A better use of your time is to focus on the tweaks that will enhance your financial performance over the long-term. Through this process you may discover changes that will have a tremendous impact on your business. Read More
Growth eats cash. You must constantly re-invest in the business to support the growth in sales. This takes a good business plan, a well thought out cash flow projection, and a comprehensive financing plan. Read More
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) likely isn’t the first organization that comes to mind when you need to conduct market research. But it turns out that the SEC offers a wealth of valuable data for small businesses–all for free. Read More
Entrepreneurs often have a tough time finding someone to fund their venture—many fail to do so but go ahead with the launch anyway, and then they run out of cash. Finding a reliable source of start-up capital is likely to be fundamental to your business's success. Read More
Over the years, I've noticed 10 tactics that smaller firms can use to cut employment-related and other costs without cutting employees. Read More
Altogether, payroll taxes are about 10 percent of compensation paid to employees. If an employee earns $50,000, it costs you about $5,000 in payroll taxes. The good news is you can reduce your payroll tax costs with a few simple–and perfectly legal–strategies. Read More
Throughout business history, most companies have been built from funds found in many places without using “OPM” (Other People’s Money). Here are the top 10. Read More
The traditional marketing mix framework of product, price, place (distribution) and promotion has been in existence for more than 50 years. Despite the obvious importance of the second “p”—price —small business owners have a difficult time figuring out how much to charge for what they sell. Read More
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