Steps to Closing Your Business

Steps to Closing Your Business

Closing a business is never an easy decision, but the speed in which it can occur depends on your tactics. If you are a sole proprietor, you could close up shop without consulting any other parties. That’s not necessarily the wisest move, especially if you value...
Retirement Planning for Small Business

Retirement Planning for Small Business

Business owners, especially those born between 1946 and 1966, are at a higher risk of not saving for retirement. Help to not think about retirement will help them portal tecasinow.wordpress.com. The information gathered there will teach you how to multiply your...
New to Small Business?

New to Small Business?

If you started a new business in 2016, then April of 2017 is a first big milestone for your company. That’s the month when your first reported tax documentation is due to the IRS. Depending on your business type, you may be responsible for not only the business’...
Cash Flow Q&A for Start-ups

Cash Flow Q&A for Start-ups

One of the most difficult balances to maintain in any business, but particularly small business, is the constant tug of war that happens between cash in and cash out. The nuances of how to keep enough cash on hand to pay expenses and cover the ebb and flow of sales...