By Roberto Neuberger Nearly all businesses start off as sole proprietorships and most people don’t really give a thought to how and when to incorporate their business. In fact, many small business owners, especially those who are making money in their spare time on the internet, don’t even really think of themselves as business owners. […]
Most small businesses falter rather than thrive. From inception, they struggle to survive, struggle to pay the bills and sadly, many small business, in fact most, will ultimately close their doors. It doesn’t have to be that way, though.
Who says that business ownership isn’t full of ups and downs? Just ask Joanne Ingle, owner of U Tag It, small business in operation for five years who sell luggage tags with imprinted logos. Joanne believed that her business was about to take off when she landed a contract with the National Football League. She […]
Businesses all over the world have faced headwinds due to the global economic slowdown and none have been hit harder than small businesses. Fortunately, the United States Small Business Administration has a program which provides short term funding for those who have felt the effects of the sluggish economy.
Working to create a corporation and run it successfully takes a number of very different skills, including financial management, marketing and technology savvy. But sometimes, as Associated Press columnist Joyce Rosenberg writes, a small business owner needs to be able to ask for help.
The IRS is presenting a FREE webinar for small businesses and the self-employed on the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act (recently passed health care legislation) on Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 2 p.m. Eastern.
The U.S. Small Business Administration prides itself on its ability to counsel and assist small business owners who visit its online forums. Now, the SBA is partnering with Comcast to help bring its solutions directly into the homes of small business owners.