What To Do If a Customer Doesn’t Pay You
If you grant credit to customers or take recurring credit card payments, the unexpected can happen—a customer fails to pay on time, their credit card expires, or the check bounces.
How can a business owner spend as little time as possible on these items, but get the cash collected? Here are a few ideas:Read more
Direct vs. Indirect Costs (and Why They Matter)
If you’re a business owner continually searching for ways to increase your profitability, you’ll want to learn about direct and indirect costs. Breaking out your expenses into direct and indirect categories can help you arrive at the most profitable volume of sales for your business.Read more
5 Accounting Reports You Don’t Want to be Without
While we all have to keep our monthly books up to date for tax and other compliance reporting purposes, we should never stop there. Your books hold a wealth of information you can use to run your business better.Read more
When Love Isn’t Enough: Ending a Client Relationship
Working closely with clients, especially in a highly sensitive area, such as legal or financial matters, you get to know clients on a personal level. If you’re lucky, you really like your clients.Read more
How to Better Track Your Carbon Footprint
You may already be doing your part to save the planet. From recycling and driving electric cars to avoiding the use of plastic bottles and carrying reusable bags to the grocery store, there are ways everyone can make a difference. But it may be important to ask ourselves, “Are we doing enough?”Read more
Cool Tech Tools: Airtable
When it comes to running a successful business, how important is it to be organized? Very.
How would you rank your organization skills? Honestly, the answer doesn’t matter. Technology can always help us get organized, and this is where Airtable comes in.Read more