Monthly Archives: March 2013
As business owners, we may be so busy making sure the bills get paid and the product gets out the door that we may not be quite as proactive about our own compensation. To pay themselves, many new business owners take what’s left after employees and vendors have been paid, and that ends up being their paycheck. Continue reading
There’s no reason to add 20 minutes to your day for you.
Check? What’s a check? You’ve probably heard people say that. The popularity of online bill-pay and credit or debit cards has led to the demise of many paper checkbooks.
It’s generally a good idea to keep overhead costs low so that your business profits will be higher. This is especially true with items that are easily commoditized and fairly standardized, such as utilities and rent. But there are times when increasing expenses pays off nicely, and here are five areas to consider so you can reap the rewards. Continue reading