Maybe your profits aren’t what you expected. Maybe an unexpected financial setback has put you in the red. Whatever your reasons for examining your budget, here are just five ways to cut costs and get your business back on track. (more…)
As a manager, you may not always be happy with the performance of your employees, but it’s also important to remember that the performance of your employees is often a reflection of your own performance and managerial style. How you interact with your employees and the strategies you use to motivate and mentor them may need a tune-up. Here are some ideas to help you improve your management and keep things moving at a good pace for your business. (more…)
Other than a booming year in business, we wanted to know what small business owners have on their wish list this holiday season. From “a full day in bed,” to asking Google to revert their 2016 decision to run up to four ads above the organic search results, we got some pretty creative answers.
Here’s what they had to say… (more…)
In a traditional business model, every paper procedure is full of administrative steps and quirks. Also, it is time-consuming.Time is money, especially now when everything tends to automate.
We used to print invoices for years, put them in an envelope and send by mail to the customer. Although there is a more effective solution today, many companies still send invoices this way. There are so many reasons why you no longer need to do that. (more…)
A key to success for small business owners is keeping a firm grip on expenses, and certainly, buying a car is a big one. If not done correctly, you could find that acquiring a car for your company sets you on the road to business failure. But purchasing a vehicle for your company can have a lot of advantages, too, including some that actually can improve your bottom line. In the right situations, it can boost productivity, bolster your company’s reputation and raise customer awareness. (more…)
Each business has its own unique circumstances and preferences. Large conglomerates or international corporations will most likely opt for an in-house accounting team that can be adjusted to their particular circumstances. For the rest of us small business owners, there are three basic solutions to choose from. Now let’s see which one of these shoes fits best… (more…)
Whether you file state returns every month, quarter, or year, nearly every online seller will have a sales tax deadline in January. Keep in mind that, in most states, January sales tax is usually due by January 20th. Around TaxJar, we call January the “Sales Tax Perfect Storm” and everyone is invited.
To prepare, here’s a quick refresher of the steps to get ready to file: (more…)
Launching your own business might have been your lifelong dream, but this is not a destination, in fact, your journey has just become. Besides daily business challenges like taxes, staff necessities or marketing strategies, another crucial aspect should also consider is improving your managements skills. If you want your small business to thrive, you need to know how to guide everyone toward success. Let’s look at these basic abilities that can help you become the perfect leader for your business. (more…)
The Holiday season is the perfect time of year to celebrate your employees! This year, we’re excited to take the MyCorp employees on a Wine Safari, where we’ll be wine-tasting and feeding exotic animals to show our appreciation for all their hard work.
From gym memberships and apple watches to extra time off and whisking employees away in limos to surprise holiday parties, here’s how some of our small business experts are celebrating their employees this holiday season: (more…)