80 Legitimate Ways To Make Money Online From Home In 2018

If you’re not quite into the whole online job thing but would still love to earn some extra money from home, this article will get you there.

There are so many easy ways to earn cash online that it’s nearly impossible to think of them all.

But, this is my best attempt at rounding up the most popular ways to earn some extra money from the comfort of your home!

Many of these won’t earn you a full-time paycheck, but it’s totally possible that combining a few of your favorites will. Continue reading “80 Legitimate Ways To Make Money Online From Home In 2018”

Are You Really Prepared To Apply For A Small Business Loan?

In 2018, it is of absolute importance that you know what to expect before you approach a lender to apply for a business loan.

Aside from being prepared to answer and justify just how much you need to borrow and when you can pay it back, you’ll be required to provide a comprehensive and transparent history of your financial affairs. If this is your first time applying for a business loan, ensure that the type of credit you’re seeking is in line with your business needs. Continue reading “Are You Really Prepared To Apply For A Small Business Loan?”

Creating A Press Release: How To Write, Edit, And Proofread

In addition to being interesting and newsworthy, you also need to make sure that it’s free from any errors and mistakes; admittedly a writer’s least favorite task since it can feel tedious and guarantees to be time-consuming.

Today, we’re going to explore how to create and perfect the ideal press release so you can save yourself a heap of time to concentrate on other important areas of your project while still managing to guarantee a high-quality release.

Before you even start creating a press release, it’s important to plan what you’re going to put into it. Continue reading “Creating A Press Release: How To Write, Edit, And Proofread”

Independent Contractor Vs. Employee: Differences, Wage Reporting, And More

Knowing whether a worker is an independent contractor or employee can be difficult. Before you can decide between the two, learn what sets them apart and how the difference impact taxes and wage reporting.

An independent contractor is a worker who provides services to businesses but works for themselves. Continue reading “Independent Contractor Vs. Employee: Differences, Wage Reporting, And More”

Internet Sales Tax Rules For Small Business

In the United States, sellers are only required to collect sales tax from buyers in states where they have “sales tax nexus” or a significant presence in a state. You always have sales tax nexus in a state if it is your home state and/or if you have an office, store, warehouse, sales representative, or employee located in that state. The government also considers you have nexus if you sell products in a state’s trade show or craft show. Continue reading “Internet Sales Tax Rules For Small Business”

Small Business Retailers: Here’s How To Turn Your Retail Pain Point Into Retail Opportunities

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place! Have you ever heard that saying before? I think a lot of local business owners—especially retailers—must have that feeling right now.

I say this because about 90% of all retail sales are still happening inside brick-and-mortar locations, yet the pressure of e-commerce is unrelenting. Continue reading “Small Business Retailers: Here’s How To Turn Your Retail Pain Point Into Retail Opportunities”