30 Days To Own Your Business
Knowing when your business is making money.
Deciding how much to pay yourself can be tricky. Here's how to determine what you're worth.
How to think about the big picture and create the most effective budget.
Part-time employees can be essential to running your business. Here are a few things to consider when hiring.
How to make sure you are keeping your employees safe on the job.
Renting a space for your business can feel overwhelming. Go in armed with knowledge and it will be much easier.
What an accountant can do to help keep your startup running.
Effective ways to follow up that ensure your business is always in the customer's mind.
Customer loyalty is hard to win and easy to lose. Here's how to make the extra effort required to stand out from the competition.
The elements of prompt and accurate invoices.
There are certain words that every customer wants to hear. Here's what to say to win loyal customers.
The basics of what a branding strategy is and how to create one for your startup.
Almost every aspect of business involves a certain amount of negotiation -- here's how to come out on the winning side.
The ins and outs of keeping your insurance costs down.
From equipment to lighting to privacy, office design can have a tremendous effect on morale -- here's how to get it right.
Everything you need to know about getting your information into the hands of the media.
You'll save money, but will clients find you unprofessional? What to consider when setting up your business from home.
The basics of what you need to know about interviews from what questions to ask to how to judge non-verbal clues, and more.
Ideas for making the most of employee benefits.
If you don't have the money to hire a professional designer, here are several tips to help you create your eye-catching business cards.
The pros and cons of leasing office equipment for your business.
From assessing your customer's needs to registering a domain, here's what you need to consider before you start selling online.
What to look for in a candidate's resume and application.
Once you have a list of attorneys to consider, be sure to watch what they say and do before you sign them on.
Inventory management might not be the most exciting part of starting a business, but it's one of the most important.