You’ve had it with your boss, haven’t you? I can tell. And, now you are sitting at your desk, or standing behind your cash register, dreaming about that bike shop you always wanted to open, or the flower shop that is for sale on the corner of Main Street. Come on, admit it! Did you know that the … Continue reading I Want To Start My Own Business… or Do I?
You’ve wanted to apply for a job for a while now, but just can’t seem to get excited over working down at Mickey D’s even though you love their fries. And you’ve babysat until you feel about two years old yourself. And the thought of working at the mall makes your head ache. Fortunately teens don’t have … Continue reading Business Ideas for Teens
Many companies do not realize the value of the “good credit” stamp until the stamp of “slow pay’ or “poor credit” is affixed to their business name. Your credit rating will affect everything from the discount you qualify for on credit purchases, to the amount of credit you may be extended by the bank. Most … Continue reading Business Credit: Your Best Asset Is Your Good Standing as a Creditor
If you’ve operated a home based business for any length of time then you have probably already discovered all of its virtues. You can set your own schedule, choose your own clients and employees, work in your pajamas and you have zero commute. If you are making money, it doesn’t get any better than that. … Continue reading How to Make Your Home Based Business Less Taxing
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Regulations have been a part of the corporate world for long, but, perhaps the emphasis on compliance has never been as great as today. The severe penalties that could be levied to the top management, including board members, and the organization as a whole have made regulatory compliance a top corporate priority. The main aim … Continue reading Regulatory Compliance