Small Business

3 Reasons Why Bookkeeping is Important to Your Business

Who keeps track of all of the numbers in your organization? Is the work split between multiple people? Do you have to squeeze time into your schedule to record sales and process payroll each week between filling orders? Accurately recording your financial information and keeping track of paperwork deserve more detailed attention than many small […]

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Financial Statement Basics For Small Business Owners

  Every business owner needs to know the basics of financial statements. Know this information if you are completing them yourself or if you are outsourcing to a bookkeeper.    Statements are difficult to analyze but are critical to the health of your business. Keep reading for the basics of what financial statements are and

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Why Your Small Business Should Support Fair Trade Certified Products

  October is Fair Trade Month. It is about supporting businesses that are Fair Trade Certified. These businesses create equality in the international trade system through respect and transparency. Americans are encouraged to shop Fair Trade businesses this month in their communities.    Last year, Fair Trade USA impacted over 975,000 farmers and workers in

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Why is Customer Feedback So Important to Your Small Business?

Small businesses should focus heavily on customer feedback. Small businesses do not have as much brand awareness compared to large corporations and chains. Customer feedback brings new customers to your business. Customers are the most valuable source of information when planning customer experience, products, and services.      Helps Customers Find You Potential customers are

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Effective January 1st, the Corporate Transparency Act is bipartisan legislation designed to root out bad actors using US entities to hide illicit activities. The law requires millions of US business entities to file beneficial ownership information with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Existing companies have until December 31st, 2024 to file their information.