Liquidity in business has nothing to do with water, milk, or juice! It describes how quickly you can sell an asset and convert it into cash. Cash is the most liquid asset of all. Real estate, in contrast, is not quite as liquid because it could take months to sell it to a new owner. […]
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Deciding on the kind of business you want to start is a very big decision. Some require specialized skills that either the owner or employees will need. Others require a substantial initial capital outlay. In any case, it’s always a good idea to consider the health of the industry you’ll be entering in. While we […]
Are you behind on filing your federal income tax return or paying your federal IRS taxes in the last year or more? If so, you’re not alone. More than 22 million taxpayers in the U.S. have either failed to file a tax return or are behind in paying their IRS taxes due, and that was […]
If you’re unlucky enough to have a car without GPS navigation maps, the next best thing to use is your smartphone. This article will take a look at apps that help to get you from point A to point B. Google Maps Google Maps is the all-around favorite, whether you own an iPhone or an […]
At first glance, this article topic might seem too simple. After all, to get paid, don’t you just take money out of your business? Well, yes, but there is much more to it in the long run as well as from an accounting side. Let’s take a look. The Traditional Paycheck If you’ve ever worked […]
For many small businesses, it’s time to get scrappy and entrepreneurial when it comes to cash flow. Here are dozens of ideas to make it through the next few weeks or months.
With an alarming increase in scams, cybercrimes, and other fraud schemes, we all need to be extra diligent in our actions to protect our businesses, our computers, our children, and ourselves. Here are some things we need to watch out for and how to stay safe. Virtual Environment Exploits A record number of people are […]
If you agree that “there’s no place like home,” then you may also have a wish to work from home more often. In many cases, you can, and here are some tools you need to get started. If the products and services your business sells can be sold or delivered digitally, then you’re a candidate […]
On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) was signed into law, and one part of it includes two loan programs for small businesses.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was passed on March 18, 2020 and contains several provisions that affect private businesses with fewer than 500 employees and all public employers. It goes into effect April 2, 2020.