Starting your own business comes with a lot of responsibilities. Among them is a detailed and extensive knowledge of business laws. There are a ridiculous amount of laws that you must know about, or you could face severe consequences. In the best circumstances, you might get away with a fine. […]
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What’s a Ford? I know what a Ford is: it’s a large or small, cheap or expensive, car or truck. If somebody says to you, “I bought a Ford,” not much was said. Did they buy a Shelby for $50,000 or a Focus for $13,000? There’s a big difference there. So to say, “I bought a “Ford” is saying nothing, because the brand doesn’t stand for any one thing! Get it?Read more ›
Fox Business| Fox Small Business Center | Jan 20, 2011 10:36 AM EST Tips for Creating an Advisory Board Advisory boards can be one of the most resourceful components of a company, yet entrepreneurs often stumble in putting this team together. If assembled correctly, an advisory board can help fill […]Read more ›
It seems like everywhere I go lately, I get asked the same questions. Business Owners and Entrepreneurs ask me: “How can I increase my sales?” or “How can I increase my business?” or “What’s the best strategy to survive our economy?” or something along these lines. Everyone’s looking for answers […]Read more ›
The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (SBJA), signed into law in September, adds or renews several attractive tax incentives for small business, and makes other important tax changes you need to be aware about. 100% Exclusion of Gain on Sale of Qualified Small Business Stock: Historically, 50 percent of […]Read more ›
According to Dun and Bradstreet, the single, most important reason for the failure of businesses in America is lack of sales. Our research shows that 95% of businesses struggle when it comes to attracting customers. So your company’s job is to create and keep a customer, and your job is […]Read more ›
Increasing Sales with Social Media – Facebook, Myspace & Twitter. There’s no doubt about it – small businesses are beginning to utilize social media tools and tactics with more frequency than ever before. A recent study by eMarketer reports that 260,000 small businesses across the US and Canada are employing […]Read more ›
The best-laid plans are the ones you’ll actually use. Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, authors of Rework, say lengthy, abstract business plans are destined for a filing cabinet—filed away and never looked at again. Here are resources to help you craft a business plan that you’ll actually use: Score.org—This […]Read more ›