What do today’s teenagers think about entrepreneurship as a career option? And how accurate are teens’ impressions of what it really takes to succeed as a small business owner? Junior Achievement (JA) and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) recently conducted a pair of surveys to find out.
One of the surveys polled teenagers, and the other surveyed successful business owners. Continue reading “Teenagers Want To Start Businesses, Survey Shows”
Organic traffic will always be of the utmost importance to businesses and brands across the globe. With mobile usage on the rise and mobile-first indexing now in effect with Google, focusing your time and efforts on securing top mobile search rankings is more important than ever before. Continue reading “Mobile Search Is Evolving—Is Your Business Keeping Up With The Changes?”
Using a home address to incorporate a business is something many entrepreneurs think about doing. That’s understandable because most start their businesses in their homes. After all, avoiding business rent and real estate costs and eliminating a commute can help a company turn a profit faster as it ramps up. Continue reading “Use A Home Address To Incorporate A Business–What To Consider”
If you’re gearing up to incorporate year end or next year and get your business off the ground at the start of 2019, you might be wondering when to file your business formation paperwork. Can you submit your forms now and request a delayed filing (also called a “delayed effective date”)? After all, the end of the year tends to be ultra-busy, and who wants to be completing forms and managing all the details in the midst of that chaos? I applaud you for thinking proactively! Not only is choosing the right business entity type for your business a critical decision, so is determining when to file your forms with the state. In this article, I’ll give you information to answer the burning question:
Depending on the state in which a business is located, there may be two options to incorporate year end or next year that allow for an effective date of filing in early 2019. Continue reading “Incorporate Year End Or Next Year?”
Being on TV on one of your favorite game shows sounds like a dream come true.
But it can be your reality!
If you’re like me, you’ve wondered how in the world these people get on your favorite game shows and snag chances to win a lot of money.
I thought this would be a fun post to share because I’m sure there are other people out there wondering the same thing. Continue reading “25+ Game Shows That Are Looking For Contestants To Win Cash!”
2nd in a series of articles exploring how to make 2019 your business’s best year yet.
With the economy at nearly full employment, it’s increasingly difficult to find workers—especially for small businesses. Continue reading “How To Manage, Schedule, And Track Time For Employees On Multiple Job Sites”
It’s hard to believe that 2018 is coming to a close! Many small business owners are already thoroughly immersed in Q4 prep; however, it is always possible they could accidentally forget to include something important on their to-do list. One forgotten item from the agenda could set your business back, or even have the potential to penalize it entirely next year. Continue reading “10 Essential Things Every Small Business Owner Should Do Before The End Of The Year”
A healthy company culture helps employees feel confident and valued, and employees who feel like this are more likely to be productive with their work. So, when it comes to your efforts to maintain workplace productivity, company culture is an important – but sometimes overlooked – factor.
The environment where you and your employees work is a vital element in keeping your company culture in check, and the most important element of a healthy work environment is respect. Continue reading “6 Steps To Build A Healthy Company Culture That Spurs Growth”