For most people, the New Year is a time for new starts and new challenges. For small business owners, it is also the perfect opportunity to make a few positive changes to create a more profitable new year. Here are four areas to consider when developing your business goals for 2015.
The laws that govern limited liability companies (LLCs) in Florida are about to get a makeover. Florida’s original LLC laws were enacted over 30 years ago, but lots of amendments and other “fixes” have, over time, created conflicts and confusion, which make using Section 608 a rathe
Measuring customer satisfaction is not a clear-cut process. However, maintaining it is essential if you want to stay in business very long. On average, a whopping 80% of business comes from only 20% of customers.
Entrepreneurs become entrepreneurs because they are able to bring their ingenuity to the table. But their greatest asset becomes their greatest obstacle when they attempt to juggle too many ideas at one time. The people who are able to turn great ideas into tangible successes have on
Through 3 quarters of 2014, businesses in Florida added over 237,500 jobs, and saw nice gains in both the the tourism economy and housing starts. So what does 2015 have in store for Florida’s business development? Read on to find out. Florida’s Post Great Recession Employment Figures
Economists are predicting reasonably steady growth of in most segments of the U.S. economy throughout 2015. The National Association for Business Economics released a survey which indicated national and global business investments will grow at a faster rate than previously forecast.
Negotiating employment contracts can be a harrowing experience. The relationship between the complexity of the negotiation and the level of the position in the food chain of management is often directly proportional. The higher level the position that you seek coupled with the sensiti
Searching for a job, interviewing, and negotiating an employment offer can be an exhausting and time consuming task. Just before it is all finished -- and you can get to work -- there is the tricky issue of reviewing the contract that your new employer has prepared for you.
Congratulations! You’re about to launch an exciting new business venture. There are details to arrange and decisions to make: choosing the best organizational structure, arranging financing, locating office space, finding staff or consultants, and contracting for supplies, inventory,
As an established business owner, you may have heard of “alternative” fee arrangements offered by law firms to better suit your legal needs and legal budget. Attorneys traditionally bill by the hour for legal services; however, there are some circumstances in which flat fee agreements