What is annual revenue? It’s a metric small business owners need to know to gauge the health of their businesses.
What is cost of goods sold and how to calculate it? It’s how much it costs to make and sell your product or service — and it could affect your bottom line.
Knowing how to calculate burn rate for your business can help you control your cash flow.
How can I borrow money from my LLC and not be subject to tax penalties? We break it down.
By going through a capital budgeting process, you’ll glean better insights about the viability of investing in long-term assets.
Health insurance is an important benefit to attract and retain good employees. See how to find the best small business health insurance options for you.
What is inventory control? It’s about monitoring and maximizing the return on your company’s investment in inventory.
Business owners can use working capital management techniques to ensure that their businesses are liquid enoughto meet day-to-day expenses.
Small business owners can use their financial statements to monitor gross margin vs profit margin to spot negative trends and take corrective action.
Evaluate the pros and cons of partnership to discover if finding a business partner is the right choice for you.