This webinar is today, Wednesday, November 12 from 1pm to 2pm. Register here - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1474704939690558977 even if you can't attend as the webinar will be recorded. Continue reading
Small businesses are very susceptible to theft and white collar crime, as a matter of fact, a staggering number of businesses falter and even fail because someone on the inside - an employee, vendor or even a partner - steals money, goods, data or intellectual property from an organization. Small business owners never intend to leave their doors wide open to theft and white collar crime - it just sort of happens; and unfortunately, small businesses - especially those that do not have regular audits have every reason to be concerned about fraud. Continue reading
It's a common practice among business owners to provide their employees with company credit cards. In some cases it really makes sense - but caution should be used if this is a common practice in your business.
It is vital to for a business owner to review credit card statements and other bills for personal charges and collect the money from the staff member as soon as possible. If the employee cannot pay the monies back by cash or check right away, a receivable should be created for the employee until the charges can be deducted from their paycheck. Continue reading
SBA officials announced on Oct. 4 that the agency is setting up procedures to help woman-owned small businesses gain more access to the federal contracting marketplace. A final rule is forthcoming in the Federal Register. Continue reading
Intuit has launched a “Small Business Untied” program which provides Small Business Solutions to Help Entrepreneurs Thrive.
On the heels of announcements by other companies of massive layoffs, Intuit is doing it’s part to help stimulate the economy be offering… Continue reading