ALL ABOUT BUSINESS
August 2014 -
Internships continue to be valuable experiences for the interns and the companies that take them on. Here are the good, the bad, and sometimes ugly aspects of the matter.
July 2014 -
Every day, 15,000 people turn 50 years old in the United States. Any business that is not catering to that market is ignoring a huge opportunity. Be considerate to these customers.
June 2014 -
Federal and state tax credits reward companies for innovation: tax credits exist for job creation, "quality" jobs, retraining, investment, R&D, international sales, and "captives."
May 2014 -
For a business that is struggling, renegotiating the interest rate and terms of a bank loan may be possible. Here are some tips on how to go about doing that.
April 2014 -
To grow, look beyond traditional sources of funding (banks, venture funds, angel investors) to crowdfunding, intrastate sale of shares, corporate partner programs, and microlending.
March 2014 -
Customer use of social media has changed the timing, content, and nature of what must be done to stay on top of a company's reputation —its most important asset.
February 2014 -
Many commercial property owners/business owners are noticing an increase in property tax statements. Don't miss the opportunity to challenge and negotiate these taxes.
January 2014 -
General information on what should be saved, why, and for how long—with a special focus on electronically-stored information (ESI).
December 2013 -
Multigenerational workplaces will be the norm soon. Companies must adapt management styles and environment so that generational frictions do not hold them back.
November 2013 -
Most privately held businesses, especially small ones, “figure things out as they go.” What owners fail to realize is how they can benefit from a business process for their company.