You've figured out how to get your business started and you've figured out how to keep it a going concern. But have you figured out how you're going to get out of it?
Improve your sales and marketing efforts with a few quick and easy charts and graphs.
A Board of Directors can be much more than an easily met requirement of the incorporation laws.
Too much growth too soon often results in too little cash to keep the doors open.
You can't "make it up with volume" if your your pricing strategy is not aligned with your business strategy.
When creating a business plan, stop worrying about the final product and stay focused on the process.
If you aren't tracking key business indicators for your small business, you're flying blind.
When motivating your employees with incentive compensation, be sure the incentives in your plan match your business goals.
Share your company's financial information with your employees and you'll all share in the benefits of increased productivity.
The revenue model you choose can make or break your business. Before designing -- or redesigning -- your own, consider these classics.
A budget is a powerful tool for your business, and you can make it even stronger by basing it off of your annual operating plan. Here's how.
The numbers in your financial statements tell the story of your business. Learn how to read them like a book.
Many small business owners run all of their own finances, but eventually you'll want to hire professionals. Read this to learn who to hire when.
Unfortunately for small business owners, cash income and taxable income are not necessarily the same. Read this to avoid nasty surprises come tax time.
You know you want to start a business...but when? Ask yourself these questions to help decide if you're ready.
From advertising to networking, your Chamber of Commerce can offer your business scores of benefits...if you're a member.
To achieve success, I believe that there are six characteristics that all small business owners need. Fortunately, these traits can be developed by anyone who chooses to do so.
Values-Based Consulting is built on a solid foundation of professional ethics, responsiveness, empathy and commitment.
Family businesses are a staple of our economy, so they're with us to stay. Here are some critical, and in some cases fatal, errors that a family business can make.
Avoid these common pitfalls, and you'll increase your likelihood of running a successful — and lasting — business.
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