For most people, New Year’s resolutions go something like this: lose weight, quit smoking, wake up earlier, finally use that gym membership I keep paying for, be more kind, donate to a charity…
For small business owners, though, New Year’s resolutions often revolve around their finances, profits and bottom line. Here are a few resolutions to consider making now so that you can turn 2018 into the best year ever. Continue reading
If you have outstanding debt, you may feel like you’re drowning some days. Getting out of debt is an excellent plan for the new year. Here are a few ways that you can take back control of your financial life.
1. Prioritize your debt by interest rate.
The higher your interest rate, the more you’re going to pay overall. Prioritize your debt by interest rate, not by the amount you have to repay. A lower bill now could end up higher than your highest bill if it has an outrageous interest rate. This is also a good time to take complete stock of all of your debt and to get a realistic of view of exactly how much you owe. Continue reading
With only a countable number of days remaining to wrap up the year 2017, small businesses are getting everything needed to file tax of the ending year. As you approach January of the year 2018, ensure that you have all the documents pertaining transactions of your business for the year 2017.
But even before you reach out to your accountant, there are a number of tips that you need to familiarize yourself with. Stay tuned here to find the tips on what you should do or just understand as you approach January 2018. Continue reading
As the holidays roll around we all start to look for ways to cut corners and save as much of our hard earned money as possible. The good news is that it is absolutely possible (and even easy) to save money without sacrificing any holiday joys! Let’s take a look at some effective ways to have a truly memorable holiday season without breaking the bank. Continue reading
Ever since the Equifax hack, many people are concerned about getting their identity stolen. Identity theft affects about 9 million people per year. Even though this is a common problem, there are things that you can do in order to protect yourself. Continue reading
Smaller retailers and merchants who often lack the resources of their larger counterparts may run into any number of problems when attempting to hire seasonal workers in order to expand their existing staff. Organizations that have only limited experience conducting a hiring process would do well to properly prepare themselves before seeking seasonal help. Continue reading
September has arrived in full force, and that means people are starting to look forward to the holiday season. Lots of companies make 40% of their annual revenue in the last quarter of the year, and even though September is almost half-way over, it is not too late to prepare and take full advantage of the upcoming shopping craze. Here are four tips for prepping your business for the 2017 holiday season. Continue reading
Most high schools and colleges don’t require that their students take finance classes. As a result, many college students and young adults become somewhat clueless when it comes to managing money. That’s why this article will reveal the four most important things that college students need to know if they want to live a comfortable and abundant life after college. Continue reading
When you think about personal finance wisdom, you may envision suggestions that have been passed down from generation to generation. However, advice in its more nascent stages may actually guide you in a more appropriate manner. Continue reading
In a day and age that small business trends are always changing, we’re seeing small businesses hire fewer accountants, a position that was always a must for business owners to hire in the past. But why is this the case? Costs certainly do factor into it, but that isn’t the only reason there’s been a shift in hiring. Continue reading