Category Archive for: ‘Finance’

  • 0 117

    Choosing the Right Accountant for Your Company

    Whether your company has decided to retain a new accountant, or is engaging one for the first time, it is difficult to find the right professional to meet your needs. Here’s how to find the right accountant for your business. Request a face to face […]

    Read More →  
  • 0 025

    Maximize Your Loan Chances by Applying When You Don’t Need It

    “A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining, but wants it back the minute it begins to rain.” –Mark Twain, US humorist, novelist, short story author, & wit (1835 – 1910) The following scenario is based on a […]

    Read More →  
  • 0 024

    Tax Planning Begins Now

    With the approaching holidays and the end of the year approaching, November is the time to begin reviewing business tax strategies for the end of 2014. Once December arrives it becomes increasingly difficult to reserve the time and focus to assemble the information necessary to […]

    Read More →  
  • X759

    Focus can determine future for startup businesses

    Startup companies that are trying to market their product to multiple channels or customers often have a difficult time reaching first customers, break even, or becoming profitable.  The problem is one of focus.  Many startup companies do actually have several avenues for selling their products […]

    Read More →  
  • X627

    Part IV: The Crowdfunding Pre-Tail

    As we mentioned in the article, “Crowdfunding Primer,” crowdfunding has the potential to greatly increase access to capital for small businesses. However, crowdfunding to date has mostly been used for creative or non-profit ventures through reward and donation sites such as KickStarter and IndieGoGo due […]

    Read More →  
  • X556

    Promote your Crowdfunding: Part III

    Promotion an integral function of crowdfunding success Crowdfunding has the potential to greatly increase access to capital for small businesses. However, crowdfunding to date has mostly been used for creative or non-profit ventures through reward and donation sites such as KickStarter and IndieGoGo. A Tampa […]

    Read More →  
Page 3 of 8«12345»...Last »