As tax season approaches, many small businesses want to learn how they can make work expense deductions properly to save money. Small businesses can benefit from the tax breaks available to them.
Small business owners are experiencing major problems related to tech equipment malfunctions, making hardware problems and software glitches more costly than absent employees.
Engaging in international trade helps boost small business success. According to a recent survey, overseas trade can help small businesses improve profits, but they may require a small business loan to expand operations.
Smartphones are becoming a small business’ best friend, according to a recent poll. Small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are increasingly adopting smartphones.
A survey by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) found that small business owners want a simpler federal tax code; a tax code they can complete themselves without requiring them to pay for third-party tax services.
Without the proper safeguards on their digital information, many small businesses are at risk of cybercrime and data breaches. A recent survey found half of small business experienced a data breach, but only a third notified those involved.
Small business owners are increasingly turning to the Internet for better customer engagement. Small business websites, online advertising, and email marketing are all essential parts of an effective Web strategy.
The majority of entrepreneurs are using their own money to fund startups. A poll found many entrepreneurs are breaking their piggy banks and dipping into their personal savings to fund startups, though they may need a small business loan to grow operations.
A survey found that although the economy is improving, many small business owners are still wary of the current economic conditions. However, despite their wariness of the economy, many small business owners are optimistic about their company’s future and potential.