Entrepreneurs should not stop learning. You can use continuing education to tackle aspects of your business that you may struggle with such as accounting and payroll.
Managing Business Finances
This was one of the many rude shocks I learned the hard way: a profitable business can run out of cash and go bankrupt! Learn why this happens.
A business line of credit is a revolving loan that you can use to fund a range of business expenses. With a line of credit, you can use the funds when your operating capital is low, repay the line when you receive additional revenue and then re-spend the funds as needed. Small businesses use these […]
Paperwork is like a river, and it could easily overwhelm your home office space. Learn how to manage home office paperwork, specifically what you should keep, stow and protect.
Some business owners opt to use their own personal credit cards to kick start their business. Learn how to use business credit cards to build business credit.
When you really dig in to the financial numbers of your business, there’s always a story to be told, sometimes a story that you hadn’t been aware of before. Learn why you need to review and analyze your financial numbers.
Refusing to understand the finances of the business is one of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs can make. Read a review of the book “Accounting for the Numberphobic: A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners” by Dawn Fotopulus.
Financial health requires a commitment to proven retail business fundamentals, a commitment to operational discipline, and a heightened attention to detail. Learn the core retail fundamentals that drive exceptional cash flow, for retailers of all sizes.
Do you know the bottom line of your business? You don’t have to wait for tax time to look at how much money your business earned. As a business owner, you should already KNOW how much money you made last year, last quarter, or last month?
Learn the 75 financial mistakes that keep women from having the wealth they deserve from the book “Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich” by Lois P. Frankel.