Businesses that provide professional services are susceptible to fluctuations in corporate spending, which makes managing cash flow and profits a challenge. This situation is made worse when a large percentage of revenue comes from a few large customers, and you rely heavily on one or two key employees. Careful planning is what will keep your company successful.
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Retirement plans are a valuable tool when it comes to attracting and retaining the top employees your business needs to compete. While these plans help employees save for retirement, they offer benefits to the employer as well. In addition, most plans are easy to establish and maintain.
If you were to institute an employer-sponsored retirement plan, you could experience the...
As a small business owner there will come a time when you consider borrowing money from a bank or another lending institution. Despite what you may have heard, lenders are not eager to lend to small businesses. To be successful with your request, you need to know what a bank wants and how you should approach them.
You must present yourself as trustworthy and dependable, while also...
How well is your business doing? What do you measure to determine this? What do you do with the information? Key performance Indicators (KPIs) are the statistics you track to determine how your business is doing.
If you’ve been running your business for a long time, you have developed your own KPIs, even if on an informal basis. Yet, there is merit to formalizing your KPIs and...