Follow these six steps to protect your business's cash flow in uncertain times.
Knowing the relationship between revenue and expenses is the key to understanding your business's profitability.
Learn what severance pay is and when you should offer it.
Having a robust accounting system in place right in the early stages of the business helps you build a strong foundation for your business.
Banning tipping is still controversial, but it's gaining in popularity. Is it right for your restaurant?
Don't let fear of the IRS paralyze you. Get your taxes sorted.
Filing your own small business taxes may not be the best practice for you or your business.
In the majority of transactions, this risk is minor and ephemeral. However, certain transactions come with a greater degree of risk.
You can pump up profits for your restaurant with a few tried-and-true methods paired with creative balance of costs.
Use one of these programs to gauge the costs of your next construction project.
The triple bottom line is a sustainability-based accounting method that focuses on people, profit and planet. Here's how it works for businesses.
Here's what you should look for in a modern, technologically advanced point-of-sale system for your business.
Restaurants have their own special accounting needs and quirks.
While blockchain technology is all the rage right now, it hasn't yet hit its stride.
What are the different types of taxes an LLC has to pay (e.g. income, state, federal, expenses, etc.)? What are the tax advantages of a filing taxes as an LLC, as opposed to an S-corp or C-corp?
You can't control the pandemic or the economy, but you can control your business's actions. Focus on these three areas.
Following these eight tips can ensure a smooth, pain-free filing process this year.
A surprising number of small business owners indicate that they are financially illiterate. The good news is that gaining literacy is easy.
It can take years to get your vision off the ground, but the rewards of owning every aspect of your company is worth the hard work of bootstrapping. Here's how you can self-fund your business idea.
We asked small business owners how their businesses are faring in the wake of the coronavirus. Here's what we found out.
Choosing when to start your fiscal year is one of the first things you need to do when setting up a new business. It may sound like the easiest thing to do, but this small step has a big impact.
In a booming economy, while your rates may rise, your revenue should too.
Customers want options when it comes to paying. If you don't already accept credit cards, here are eight reasons you should.
As the federal government tries to deal with the coronavirus disruption, officials extended the tax filing deadline to July 15. Here's what that means for your small business.
Small businesses need help now more than ever. Let's look at what the government has done to assist them and some suggestions for what it could do to keep these pillars of the community standing.
It is important to make sure those providing you with funding are onboard when big changes are made.
The CARES Act is a $2 trillion stimulus package that aims to provide economic relief to businesses and individuals impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. What measures could help your small business?
There is a right way to strike a balance between human brainpower and modern technology.
Improve your chances of receiving a government grant for small business.
Learn how to find the best auto loan for your small business needs.