Here are a few important lessons star characters Richard, Erlich, and the rest of the gang have learned the hard way while building their new company.
Every year, every American that earned money is required to file taxes. Whether you are an individual who only earns income from an employer, a side hustler who earns a little more on the side, or a full-time business owner with a registered business, you can find some interesting insights into your business by reviewing your taxes.
Nobody is fond of paying bills. We tend to put them off until the last minute for short-lived peace of mind. This applies to all business owners when it comes to both your account payables and receivables. This is the number one reason we need to pay more attention.
How information is handled has a profound impact on your company.
People sign up for your email list for a variety of reasons. The most popular methods to build lists today revolve around giveaways and freebies. If someone signs up for your list to get a free eBook, the first thing you do shouldn’t be asking for money.
Setting your rates is one of the trickiest parts of being a Small Business Owner. When it comes to freelance rates, there is no standard. Part of the perk of being your own boss is charging what works specifically for you.