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National Small Business Week (NSBW)takes place from May 1–7 and culminates in the announcement of the National Small Business Person of the Year award.

It’s a great time to be a small business owner, and there are lots of ways to join in. Instead of being a passive observer, why not get involved Read More

4 Tips for Tweaking Your Invoice Terms to Avoid Late Payments

4 Tips for Tweaking Your Invoice Terms to Avoid Late Payments  - Avatar Posted by Caron_Beesley under Management
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Made Hot by: fusionswim on April 30, 2016 4:54 pm
Invoicing and invoice terms are an art form, and it’s one you can’t afford to get wrong. As a small business owner, I’ve been through several iterations of invoice formats and terms over the years, iteratively tweaking the language to ensure my clients can process them quickly and pay me on time. I Read More
If you’re looking for a private equity firm, venture or angel capitalist to fund your business, what are your options? Below are some tips for identifying the right fit for your needs and taking those important first steps. Read More
As warmer weather approaches, U.S. home owners and building managers are beginning to think about getting their green spaces in shape once more. Is your landscaping business ready? How’s your pipeline looking? Will last year’s customers come back? What are you doing now to retain and win new busine Read More
Small business owners have a choice as to how they record income – and this can have a big impact on your taxes and your financial picture.

Let’s take a look at the two methods of accounting and the impact this can have on your taxes, cash flow, and view into your finances. Read More
Personal time off is essential, but what happens when it becomes a problem? Persistent absenteeism (habitual and intentional time off) is a chronic problem for U.S. employees costing $3,600 per hourly employee per year, and $2,650 per salaried employee per year. Whatever form absenteeism takes, it’ Read More
With Tax Day only a week away, make sure you sort out all your small business tax needs ASAP! To help get you started—or help you early filers plan for next year’s Tax Day—take a look at our best tax and accounting blog posts from the past year. Read More
What are the best employee perks of all? Free food and catered lunches? Not always. Companies need to strike a balance between realistic and unrealistic perks. Unlimited vacation and free Crossfit sessions may work in Silicon Valley, but small businesses don’t have the resources for such luxuries. Read More
If you’re new to business, then wrapping your arms around your tax obligations can seem like an uphill task. The first question you need to ask yourself is which tax laws impact your business from the get-go? It may be safe to assume that your tax obligations kick in once you start making a profit. Read More
If you’re a small business owner or freelancer, estimated tax payments are a tough pill to swallow. Here are just some of the cash dilemmas business owners face when managing their estimated taxes - and how you can overcome them. Read More

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