If you did any traveling for your small business throughout the last financial year, you may be eligible to deduct some of your travel expenses. The key to keeping up with expensing your business travel is to remember to enter any costs you incur into your bookkeeping software and retain receipts.
So, you’ve decided you want to start a business. Congratulations! Now comes the hard part. Whatever the reasons for wanting your own business, it will take a lot of hard work to make it a success, which is why it’s very important to have everything in place and ready to go before you decide to jump off the entrepreneurial cliff. So before you go into your boss’s office to say “I quit!” and strike out on your own, here is some advice that will help you swim rather than sink:
Small businesses are a huge part of our economy, and they are progressively reliant on information technology to store, process and communicate important information. That means that protecting your business information against increasing cyber threats is crucial to the survival of your company.
If you have dreams of being an entrepreneur but don’t know where to begin, don’t sweat it. Determining the right business idea for your startup can help make your dreams of success seem less far away. Here are some ideas to kick-start your business on a small budget:
The rallying cry for small business owners over the past decade has been Online! Online! Online! Which is great, but how can you convert your website traffic into customers who will walk through the doors of your brick-and-mortar location? We’ve have some ideas: