Strategies for Telecommuting That Will Save You Money
March 7, 2016 | Jennifer Goodwyn
Telecommuting, or working outside of a conventional office setting, is steadily growing in popularity among American professionals. Of the many reasons for this growth in popularity, the most important one is that telecommuting saves workers and businesses money. If you work from home, you should consider these strategies for saving money while telecommuting.
The world of financial planning is often crowded with advice. This noise can sometimes make it difficult to understand an already complicated area of business. However, general awareness and understanding of today's financial planning trends can be extremely beneficial for young professionals and small business owners alike.
Working from home, or telecommuting is a growing trend in the business world. For individuals, it is seen as a chance to spend more time with loved ones without having to relocate or commute. For businesses, an increase in productivity levels and talent combined with a decrease in overhead costs associated with leasing a particular office location makes the work-from-home model increasingly attractive. While working from home continues to grow in popularity for many reasons, the most important for individuals and businesses alike is that it can help save money.
While some entrepreneurs are able to obtain financial backing from friends and family, most entrepreneurs aren't as fortunate. Here's a round-up of some ways you can finance your small business from the ground up.
Reducing small business costs and creating processes that will save you money over time doesn't have to take a lot of time or effort. In most cases, it's about making smarter choices. Here are a few ways you can reduce the costs and improve the bottom line of your small business.
Small Business Tax Deductions You May Have Overlooked
December 5, 2014 | Jennifer Goodwyn
Small businesses are always looking for ways to save money, but did you know you can save money on taxes by simply being an entrepreneur? Here's a few deductions to look out for during next year's tax season.
When it comes to cyber crime, your business is just as vulnerable as major corporations. Even if your business is small, cyber insurance can be crucial - it safeguards against viruses and hacking and, if a breach does occur, the insurance covers loss of profits due to a system fail caused by a virus or attack.
Opening a new business can be scary, overwhelming, and exciting. Whether you already have your own business or are thinking about opening one, it's guaranteed to be one of the most important and risky investments of your life. By knowing in advance what the challenges are, you can protect your financial resources and potentially save your business from having to close its doors forever.
Financial Plans: Why they're Important for Your Business
July 10, 2014 | Jennifer Goodwyn
Financial plans are important because they establish the financial goals of the company, give entrepreneurs an idea of how much money they might be able to make and how much they'll have to produce in order to break even.
Five Financial Planning Tips for New Entrepreneurs
July 1, 2014 | Jennifer Goodwyn
If you're serious about owning your own business and are ready to take your dreams to the next level, it's important to have a solid financial plan in place before jumping into the world of entrepreneurship.
Unexpected Ways a Virtual Office Can Save Businesses Money
May 15, 2014 | Jennifer Goodwyn
While many companies choose virtual offices over traditional office space as a way to save money they'd otherwise spend on renting and maintaining a full-time office space, there are other ways a virtual office can save you and your business time and money.
If you're an entrepreneur or small business owner, don't let your business fail as a result of financial issues. Though some tips may save you more money than others, these penny-pinching tips are something to consider for all entrepreneurs.
Four Low-Cost Ways You Can Expand Your Home-Based Business
April 14, 2014 | Jennifer Goodwyn
Growing any business is a constant challenge and, chances are, today's economic climate is making it more challenging than ever. With these ideas, you can take your business and its performance to new heights, without running the risk of financial ruin.