Think you need to nail down a detailed business plan before you start your small business? Think again! As tempting as those business plan templates and software programs might be, they might not be necessary at this stage in the game.
We’re halfway through the year and your business appears to be sailing along nicely, right? Well, this is the perfect time of year to take a step back and evaluate what you’ve done so far, where you want to be in six months--and take action.
Taking a look at these three areas in your business could mean the difference between struggling and thriving at the end of 2013 and into next year!
Have you spent the last four months pouring over spreadsheets and trying to track down missing receipts? Did you vow that you’ll be more prepared for tax time? It’s not too late to start!
Handling your business books may be the last thing that you want to do, but procrastination will only make it worse. By changing a few key habits and taking some time for review, you can prevent a whole lot of stress later on.
Here’s how to get started:
Just because you're a small biz owner doesn't mean you're schooled in how to manage your money. It can be tough for new business owners to juggle business finances. Besides, it's not the reason you went into business...all that bookkeeping just isn't fun! But if you're going to grow your small business, it's a good idea to get a handle on money management.
This week’s Friday 5 has some great tips for keeping those dollars and cents in line in ways that make sense.
Every industry has a slow season and whether it’s during the summer or over the holidays, you need to do something with that time. Just because your client roster isn’t full doesn’t mean that you can’t grow your business.
Here’s how to spend your downtime and keep your momentum.
Staying on top of your finances— the easy way—starts with a little automation in the right places. Say goodbye to manual expense entry! Tracking and managing your business income and expenses is easier than ever with Sage One. It's another step we're taking to help business owners just like you save time so you can focus on growing your business.
Chances are you’re working with one to a handful of people who are across the country – or even around the globe. So how do you keep all those time differences straight? Whether you're working with team members just one state over or have clients on the other side of the globe, here’s how to stay productive.
It’s time for the Sage One Friday Five. Here’s what piqued our interest this week!
Blogging for your business is no longer an option. For starters, blogging is one of the simplest ways to improve the search engine rankings for your website—and get your content found by consumers who are looking for your products. For that reason alone, you should be blogging!