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3 Scary Things That Can Happen To Unincorporated Businesses

Halloween is right around the corner, and I’ve been thinking about the scary moments entrepreneurs face when they start their businesses. The most frightening moment isn’t when you take out a loan. It’s not when you’re drafting an in-depth business plan. The scariest thing a small business owner can do for their startup is to […] The post 3 Scary Things That Can Happen To Unincorporated Businesses appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

“True MENTORSHIP is NOT a ONE-WAY Street. Great leaders must have two things: a vision of the world that does not yet exist and the ability to communicate that vision clearly. The true value of a leader in not measured by the work they do but the work they inspire others to do.” – Simon Sinek

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4 Things You Should Do If You Forgot About Employee Appreciation Day

If you forgot that it’s National Employee Appreciation Day today, you need to do something right now. Here are our top four recommendations for leaders who might feel like they’re sitting in the hot seat because they forgot. Powered by WPeMatico

“LET the SMALL Things PASS BY.” – Gaur Gopal Das. Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our hearts. Be patient with yourself. You are growing stronger every day. The weight of the world will become lighter and you will begin to shine brighter. Don’t give up.

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Retirement Investing for Small Businesses: Five Things Everyone Should Know

If you’re running a small business, then you’re likely familiar with uncharted waters. But while navigating the next financial quarter might be familiar territory, there is still one unanswered question that needs a solution: what you’re going to do about retirement. Retirement benefits aren’t only a great way to attract top talent to your business, but vital to your own financial peace of mind. As a small business leader, it’s up to you to think about which plan suits your needs. Here’s what you’ll need to know: 1: You Can Set Up Your Own Company Retirement Plan Most people hear the phrase “401(k)” and assume it’s a perk to the standard employment contract—one of those side-benefits to working the nine-to-five. Maybe you never imagined yourself ever setting up your own 401(k). But there’s no reason you can’t set up a 401(k) for your own small business, no matter how small it might be. Here are a few options worth noting: 401(k) Plans run the gamut from one-participant (or “Solo”) plans to company-wide plans. Because they have high contribution limits, these are great for employees who love to put away money for retirement. SEP: Simplified Employee Pension plans, including SEP-IRAs, are available for businesses of any size, according to the IRS. Whether you run a small business or a sole proprietorship that contracts out its workers, these are worth exploring. ESOPs: Employee Stock Ownership Plans are available to companies that meet certain criteria—so if you’re a startup, there’s a chance you might not qualify. But this can be a tremendous incentive to inspire motivation and teamwork at large companies. 2: Retirement Accounts are Really, Really Nice Why set up a retirement account at all? Why not store some money under your mattress for a rainy day? Why not put it all into a single stock and hope for the best? The answer to all of the above: retirement plans make investing really, really nice. Better than mattress-stuffing, better than owning a general investment account. Here’s why: Saving money. Elected salary deferrals, writes the IRS, are excluded from an employee’s taxable income.…

Things Your Startup Needs to Succeed 2018

It is not a surprise that we are witnessing ongoing dwindling economic situation coupled with increasing prices of commodities – groceries, petrol, and diesel that tend to make life hard and miserable for people and businesses. We are in a period when many startup businesses and entrepreneurs are quick to give up their startup business ideas on the pretense that “time is hard,” or simply put, “there is no money in the economy.” From my experience as a business coach, this as one of those good times when anyone that is serious about starting a new business should venture in. […] Powered by WPeMatico

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