Featured Blog Posts – January 2014 Archive (5)

A Lowdown on Angel Investors for Small Businesses

By Bert Seither, Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network

About the author: Bert Seither is the Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network, a national accounting and business development firm. For nearly 10 years, Seither has assisted small business owners to help put their companies on a path to prosperity.

In the small business…


Added by Bert Seither on January 23, 2014 at 12:49pm — No Comments

Your business is like a shed!

Here’s something I tell business owners all the time… “your business is like a shed”.


Read on for the explanation…

If I asked you to build a shed, what would you do?  You would do what you do with any project, right?  You’d get a picture of what the shed is supposed to look like. You’d look…


Added by Laura Humphreys on January 17, 2014 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Press Release by the Numbers

Breaking down the press release process can be easy as 1-2-3, quite literally! In this article we’ll look at the numbers behind the art of the press release.

1 Interesting Subject

While this means you need to make sure what you’re writing about is definitely newsworthy and actually worth reading in the newspaper, it also means you should focus your press release on…


Added by Mickie Kennedy on January 13, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Legal Services For Business Owners

When most business owners think about business, they usually don't immediately anticipate all of their legal needs. Unfortunately, this puts them in a situation where when they need legal service, they don't have it and go on a mad dash to find it. I've assembled some useful information below to help the…


Added by Doug Bradley on January 13, 2014 at 2:30am — No Comments

3 Ways To Keep Employee Costs in Check

Until you run your own business, you might not realize it. But once you do, it's on your mind constantly. Nothing costs more for a business than employees. It's not just salary, either. All down the line, employees incur cost after cost. Business owners can drive themselves mad trying to keep those costs in line.

The most efficient way to cut employee costs is to cut employees, and that's not feasible for most businesses. It's the people who make the company work. Without them,…


Added by Joe Pawlikowski on January 6, 2014 at 12:25pm — No Comments

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