ALL ABOUT BUSINESS
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.
October 2013 -
Two hot topics in the labor and employment arena: 1) changing the traditional performance review, and 2) instituting a policy on the use of mobile devices.