Archive for September, 2018

13 Steps to Comply With Federal and State Requirements for Employee Payroll Taxes

The process of Payroll, if done incorrectly can cost your business a lot in labor and tax penalties. Save time and money with the following steps. Step 1: Your employees […]

3 Days of Small Business – Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Developing a Long Lasting Business Mindset

You can spend every day from here to eternity finding words that define small business. Small business can be described as a culture, a tradition, an operation. They all fit. […]

3 Keys to Success As a Makeup Artist

Becoming a successful makeup artist requires the development of a number of key skills. They can all be developed over time with practice and persistence. Let’s have a look at […]

10 Reasons Why Co-Working Leads To Business Growth

Ever wondered how effective your time could be if you combined your business networking activities with your daily work activities? That is a major part of the concept behind co-working […]

2 Indispensable Tactics To Promote Your Business Through Speaking

As a starting entrepreneur, you probably realized by now how speaking about your service to groups can be a very effective way to promote yourself and reach a wider base […]

10 Tips: How to Boost Your 2011 Budget

These days, everybody is looking to save a buck but times are uneasy and it is still important to acknowledge hard work. Here are ten ways to bump up employee […]

10 Benefits of Using Quality Cupcake Packaging

1. Protected Cupcakes The fundamental purpose and benefit of the cupcake packaging are the protection of the cupcakes from dust, air, water, and sunlight. The cupcakes will be safe and […]

3 Of the Most Common Ways to Finance Your Start-Up Business Today

Ways to finance your start-up business have been around for ever – probably since the very first business opened its doors. However, we live in a different world today. Many […]

10 Good Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Deserve a Raise!

By my calculations, based on their roles and responsibilities, the average small business owner should be paying themselves around a million dollars a year! “Fat chance” you say! Well, you’re […]

2011 Holiday Credit Card Processing Hits New Heights

All the numbers aren’t in yet, but it appears that the 2011 end-of-year holiday shopping season was a vast improvement for merchants over those of the most recent past. U.S. […]