From the daily archives:

Sunday, April 10, 2011

As the owner of a small family company one day you’ll need to exit the business. You can stay on as long as you can, but eventually, you’ll have to plan your exit.

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Cash is the lifeblood of any small business. Here are some tips to help your business maintain a sufficient cash flow to meet its financial goals and run efficiently: Tips from Rick Smith CPA – Toughen up your credit policies. Review the payment terms you offer to customers and tighten them up if slow payment is […]

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How do you let customers know they owe you money? Probably by sending invoices. And if your customers are conscientious and pay on time, that might be all you need. But it might be helpful to do at least part of your billing by dispatching statements. These forms do have their drawbacks. For example, you […]

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Its a new era for bargain seekers with a constant stream of strongly discounted coupon offers: 40% off a Princess Cruise ticket, 55% off a facial, or 5 worth of laundry and dry cleaning for.  Entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and big corporations are gambling that the new discount coupon promotional services represent a tectonic shift in consumer trends, […]

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