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In this season of thanks and giving, our thoughts are often turned to family and friends, gift giving and focusing on gratitude. It might be time to take a moment to think about how you thank your other “family–” the ones you spend most of your time with every day—your employees. It goes without saying
Wash, Rinse, Repeat. When you use your washing machine you expect it to follow the same process each time you use it. Your clothes go in dry and dirty and come out wet and washed….every single time. Why can’t that consistency happen with your business? It can with the implementation of documented Standard Operating Procedures,
We often get asked “at what point does a company outgrow QuickBooks? It is a startup accounting package, after all.” And frankly, we have to agree. It is a startup accounting package. …And an accounting package for growing firms, and a general ledger for certain well-established businesses. Basically, QuickBooks is an accounting package that can
You may have heard about changing legislation relating to credit cards. How does it impact your business? Below are some frequently asked questions regarding EMV: What is EMV? As of October 1, 2015, EMV will be the new standard for the accepting credit cards with a chip. EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa. In
How do you communicate the value of what you are selling? Your value proposition, or how your clients benefits from your services, can make the difference between having the ability to charge a premium or getting caught in a bidding war. Long gone are the days of selling features and benefits. Today, selling requires a
10. You really love discovering you have a huge tax bill from Uncle Sam… in April….when there is not much you can do about it. 9. You prefer to be the ostrich and not see how poorly you did this year, because hey, ignorance is bliss– until you run out of cash. 8. You
Anna Masker and Walter Psztur of Profit Point were interviewed by NJBiz on our work with Omni Finishing through the Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
If you’re like me, you’ve gotten dozens of emails about why you should set up a budget for 2011. The word “budget” often spurs a collective groan. It sounds so restrictive. Not to mention the effort that needs to go in to putting one together and the tediousness of all that number crunching. No thanks.
The last holiday presents have been unwrapped—now it is time to think about wrapping up 2009. It hasn’t been a banner year for many companies but there are some things you can do to make the most of 2009’s misery and make sure you are prepared for 2010. Here are a few things that you
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