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When employees come to you with complaints, you want to address the issues as efficiently and professionally as possible without losing sight of your company’s goals.
Many small businesses consider their accountant and/or tax professional as part of the team, whether it’s filing taxes or managing your company’s books year-round.
A company’s ability to keep their customers' sensitive data secure is a matter of trust. Customers expect that every business – regardless of size – that collects their sensitive personal information will protect it. Depending on your type of business and the states in which your customers reside, you may be legally required to protect the personal information you collect.
Great ideas coupled with the ability to execute them are important keys to the success of your business. Splitting your energy among too many ideas, however, can hinder your ability to obtain any goals outlined in your overall business plan, your sales plan or even your marketing/communications plan.
Small business owners, who often don't have the resources to research business and apply for grants on their own, sometimes unknowingly become victims of scam artists promoting guaranteed federal grants to help them start or grow their businesses. The Better Business Bureau advises business owners to proceed with caution if paying someone to help find business grants.
Identity theft doesn't just happen to consumers. Businesses of all sizes are targets as well. For that reason Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming warns businesses to be on guard for signs of having their business names stolen.
A merchant account is a bank account that enables your business to accept card payments. You must have a merchant account in order to be able to accept credit cards. Most companies bundle the two services (payment gateway and merchant account) together but they can also be bought separately.
Property management companies list rentals, show property, collect rent, handle maintenance and repair issues, respond to complaints and, if necessary, evict bad tenants.