For small businesses that start as local or home-based operations, the major objective is quickly building cash flow. This is critical to creating a thriving business. Only larger ventures with outside capital are engaged in long-term commercial innovation. Most new businesses are simply a way for the entrepreneur to attain financial independence.
If lack of substantial financial resources is keeping you from starting a business, consider what other entrepreneurs are doing. As it turns out, most new businesses appear to begin with limited capital.
If you’re in the midst of launching a business startup, you have certainly (hopefully) spent a lot of time reading about how the best entrepreneurs became the best. If you have, you have probably heard of Mark Cuban, the current outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks professional Basketball team.
As Shakespeare wrote, “Leisure is a fine garment for a day, but is horrible daily attire.” Retired individuals are discovering that business activity avoids excessive leisure. Some must keep working to supplement their incomes. Others simply enjoy working.
You know that you want to start a business but you don’t know what that business should be. You have a variety of interests and talents as well as a lot of ideas but you’re not sure which industries are taking off in 2011.
If you have a new business, one thing is potentially on the horizon: How are you going to let your state and the Federal government let them know about it. You have to pay taxes on your income or you may have suffered first year losses but regardless, you have to report it. This is […]
Do you have a dream of forming an LLC or other type of business? Now may be the time. The economy has been tough on not only Americans but also people around the world. Nearly every sector of the economy has seen a profound slowdown but it could be the perfect recipe for the beginnings […]
Complaints by the public represent business opportunities for new entrepreneurs. When searching for a good business idea, you need look no further than finding where people are spending money on dissatisfying choices.