Where are you with your Small Business?
While marketing may take up more of your attention when you first launch your business, in reality, it’s an ongoing process. Check out these timeless marketing tips for growing businesses from author and podcaster Mitch Joel.
Do you process debit or credit cards to collect payments from your customers? If so, you need to read up on the The Code of Conduct for the Credit and Debit Card Industry in Canada.
Splitting dividends from your business between you and another member of your household can lower the amount of taxes you pay. But how do you make sure you do it legally, and in a way that leaves you in control of your business?
A collection of step by step guides.
- How to Choose and Register an Effective Domain Name
- How To Write a Business Plan
- How to Import Commercial Goods into Canada
- How to Export Commercial Goods into New International...
- How to Evaluate Your Business Idea
- Launching Your Website: A Guide to Going Online
- How to Finance Your Start-up Business
- How to Start Your Business: Your Legal Requirements
- How to Hire Your First Employee
From the blog
Posted by: Jessica Oman
New entrepreneurs frequently underestimate the real costs of operating their businesses, and projecting expenses for a new business is somewhat of a guessing game.
Posted by: Neil Hanks
Growing a business costs money, and for most small business owners getting a loan will be a necessity. Luckily, you have many trustworthy sources of financing at your fingertips today that don't involve traditional bank loans.
Posted by: Shannon Pearson
As your business grows, eventually you'll have to delegate work to others. In order to do that effectively, you need to make sure everyone understands clearly your expectations. In a word, you need structure.