To successfully sell your business, the first step is ensuring that you have all the information needed to present your business in the best possible light and help minimize the risk in the eyes of potential buyers. Learn the documents you need when selling your business.
As a business owner, it is important to know how to read and understand financial statements. Financial statements are an important source of information that can help you make better decisions in your business. Learn the basic things you need to know about the financial condition of your business.
Learn the ways you can drive down costs while still providing a quality service/product and maintaining strong bonds with consumers, and employees alike.
QuickBooks and Peachtree are the two most popular accounting programs for small businesses. Learn the differences between these two accounting softwares
“Winging it” is the name of the game for many home business entrepreneurs. More often than not, many decide to start a business without preparation or sufficient information or experience. Learn why you need to have a financial plan and the benefits it can give your small or home-based business.
Whatever method you may choose to raise the capital your business needs, deciding to start a business means embracing all the risks that go with the process – even the possibility of losing every penny you put into the business. What are you doing to minimize your risks and manage the financials of your business?
If you are selling a technology product to small business owners, here are the important factors to consider based on a survey conducted by the marketing company Ivy Worldwide. Check out the habits of small business owners and decision makers when they need to purchase technology products.
The idea of having a comfortable, worry-free retirement has become a distant dream for many business owners — even for those who did “all the right things” that Wall Street and the financial gurus told them to do.
Get another chance to win a Lenovo computer! Participate in a short survey about small business purchasing. The survey wants to answer the question: Do small business owners act like consumers in their choice of the online information resources that subsequently affect their purchasing decisions? Answer this 15 question survey and be one of the winners of this giveaway contest.