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Proper Bank Etiquette

As a small business owner, you will be going to the bank and dealing with your bank frequently. Once you get used to business banking, you probably won’t think twice about it. However, there are ways you can practice proper bank etiquette to make a good impression and avoid inconvenience for yourself and others.


What to Do After a Vacation

It’s summer, which is the most common time for employees and small business owners alike to take vacations.  When you return from vacation, you may feel like you have a lot to catch up on.  Here are some things to keep in mind for when you return from a vacation.

Businesses with Low Start Up Cost

So you’re thinking about starting a business.Many people think starting a business costs a lot of money, and it can. But there are businesses with low start up costs as well.

Benefits of Flexible Work Schedules

As you hire new employees, create new positions, and grow your business, you may be considering flexible hours for your employees. Depending on the nature of your business, it may or may not be possible. There are benefits for small businesses who can offer a flexible schedule.

Is My Business Idea Viable?

So you’ve got an idea for a new business, You have some money saved, you know of a great location, and you have some people ready and willing to work with you. It can be easy to get caught up in the excitement of making your idea a reality, but before you get ahead of yourself, you need to find out: is your business idea viable?

There are several factors to consider that will help you decide if the idea you have for a business will make it or if it will get lost in the shuffle among potential competitors.


Prepare Your Small Business for Tax Season

January is the time of year to start getting ready for tax season. This requires gathering all of your financial information for the past year. What are some things you can do to make sure filing taxes for your company goes smoothly in 2014?


No Assuming: It’s On You

As a small business owner, your level of accountability is already high. You take care of business as soon as you can, whenever you can. Everyone makes a mistake every now and then and you cannot dwell on them. However, many people of all career levels from an intern to the CEO has moments where they assume something will get done and then it doesn’t.So how can you follow up without micromanaging? What advice can you give you team so that their actions maintain 100% trustworthy?

Marketing Tips for Small Business During the Holidays

Thanksgiving is here and Christmas is right around the corner. As your personal life goes into overdrive—finding recipes, cooking big meals, organizing events, shopping for gifts, and socializing with friends and family—it can be easy to get distracted and go a little lax on your small business’ marketing. However, now is the best time to keep doing what works and initiate new strategies that you haven’t tried yet…just in time for the New Year. The last quarter, whether you are a retail business or not, can make or break your profits for the year. With that being said, here are some things you can do to further promote your business and bring in those sales and new customers.

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