The Millennials are Coming! The Millennials are Coming! How to Adapt Your Small Business for Millennial Customers and Employees.
Millennials are now the largest generation in the country and in the workplace, meaning your company will deal with them in both the consumer and the workforce sectors. As a whole, they’ve certainly received a reputation in the media as far as work ethic and spending habits―both good and bad. It’s important to acknowledge that Continue Reading →
2018 brought about big financial changes with the passing of the Trump Administration’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that directly affects small businesses and large corporations nationwide. While tax law is complicated and should always be discussed with a tax lawyer, accountant or certified financial advisor, understanding the basics of how it will personally Continue Reading →
When it comes to expanding your business, there are several risks involved, the biggest of which being sacrificing your production quality to serve your new (and larger!) clientele base. It can all become overwhelming rather quickly, and without careful planning, it can actually bring a company to its proverbial knees. That said, it’s not impossible Continue Reading →
When it comes to running your business, the hardest thing to do is to lower your overhead costs. These expenses can easily stack up and seem impossible to lower, but here are a few tips for getting them down to manageable levels. Reduce Your Energy Bills Energy costs account for a good portion of your Continue Reading →
A successful business has attentive customer service. If you don’t know it by now, I’m going to tell you: if you don’t have happy customers, you won’t be in business for very long. No matter if you sell hospital equipment or design houses, your customers should come first, period. You should employ full-time staff whose Continue Reading →
The digital age is quickly transforming the face of business. Businesses that fail to keep up with the times are falling prey to digital disruption, losing volume and profits. Avoid Digital Disruption. Nowadays, the educated consumer will do a great deal of research before purchasing goods or services. In order to avoid digital disruption, it’s Continue Reading →
So you’re starting a new payroll service. That can seem daunting at first. You may be asking yourself if it will work out and how to organize your payroll documents. Bottom line, you need to be prepared. If you’ve never run payroll before, enrollment with your new service will be easier because you won’t need Continue Reading →
It’s finally that time of year again. That time when you receive your income tax refund. The big question is, how are you going to use that money? Many people wait for this time of year to pay off bills, save for the future or splurge on something new. No matter what you decide to Continue Reading →
Tax season is wrapping up, but for those of you that haven’t completed your records yet, there are some things you should know. Implementing the following tips could save you from making critical errors on your return and significantly lower your stress level.
When you become a new parent, you understand how expensive—and joyous—it is to care for a child. Luckily for you, there are tax breaks to help you pay for some costs associated with a new child.