When most folks think about writing their own business plan, they get nervous. It’s the one thing they must have to get things moving to start their dreams but they stall for months because they don’t know where to begin. Most small and medium sized business owners consider it too difficult a task to Read more about What to Think About When Writing Your Business Plan
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How often have you wasted time away from your core business duties because you were busy troubleshooting your website’s server problems, or, trying to tackle a computer virus that is wiping all of your data? Business owners now face much bigger issues than the usual problems of the past involving printers, fax machines, and wrong Read more about How to Pick an IT Consultant for Your Business
One thing that a mom-and-pop small business and a giant corporation like Target have in common is that they are both potential victims of data breaches as a result of cyber criminals taking advantage of poor security protocols. It is no longer a matter of the company’s size; rather, it depends upon whether or not criminals Read more about Data Security Importance for Businesses
Businesses, that are starting out or seeing some growth, sometimes overlook the importance of obtaining or evaluating both the type and amount of insurance that they need to meet their particular needs. Operating your own business is a rewarding endeavor for many, but accidents can, and will, happen. Whether it’s a customer/client who slips Read more about What Kind of Business Insurance Do I Need?
Small business owners are frequently overwhelmed when it comes to legal situations surrounding their business. These are some common legal mistakes that small business owners make in the early or evolving stages of their business which can often cost them more money in the long term. Mistake Number 1: Not Choosing the Right Legal Structure Read more about Three Common Legal Mistakes Small Business Owners Make
As most small businesses know, the Department of labor made good on its plans to increase the wage threshold portion of the Overtime Test that concerns White Collared Salaried employees. The current standard places the wage at $455 a week ($23,660 a year), which changes to $913 a week ($47,476 a year) on December Read more about How Can Businesses Handle Minimum Wage Requirements in the Fair Labor Standards Act?