After helping small biz owners for more than 22 years, Intuit is teaming up with Jimmy Johnson to give small businesses the chance to play among the MVPs and win their very own 30-second television advertisement that will air during the Big Game on February 2.
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The most recent report from the Federal Reserve suggests that commercial banks in the U.S. are starting to lend to businesses again. In the first quarter of this year, lending to businesses increased 3.2%. Lending by large banks increased 3.5%, while small banks increased their business lending by a smaller 2.3%.
After putting all your effort into your business, it is heartbreaking to see a business going bankrupt. Many company owners and directors try their hardest to stop themselves going insolvent but some fail. The problem is dealing with going bankrupt, finding the best solution and acting within the law.
Self-employed individuals have flourished throughout the recession in the UK, with around 40% of all being created by freelancers and contractors.
Your accounting system is important to ensure that your business is maximising profits. This post outlines common accounting mistakes that you should avoid.
With the next year end just around the corner for these businesses I thought I would share some general housekeeping tasks that can be done in advance of New Year’s day to help save a few tax euros.
The Ministers for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform in Ireland presented their budget measures for 2013 on December 5th 2012. While the well signalled Property Tax was the major new tax measure introduced, there were however changes to the PRSI system and some other changes that were new. I propose to look at some of the measures presented in “Budget 2013 Ireland” yesterday that will have an impact on the general business community.
How much does it cost to get new customers? You probably make regular decisions about buying advertising and attending networking events. Today I share a tool to help make those decisions easier
Every company’s CEO thinks they know what their sales revenue figure is. SaaS revenue is simple to work out, but it is different to what you might expect.