This week’s top stories include small business advice covering the following four topics:
- How to Start a Side Hustle With Little or No Money
- This Is the Most Important Thing to Consider When Selling Your Business. (Hint: It's Not the Price.)
- What is Google My Business & Why Do I Need It?
- 5 Keys to Kickstarting Your Full Entrepreneur Potential
Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.
What is operating leverage and why should you care? Ignoring the financial mumbo-jumbo, operating leverage represents how having debt can affect a company's bottom line profit. In some cases, Operating leverage can improve a company's profits and in others, it can destroy it.
The changing landscape of the US tax code continues to create tailwinds for the business owner. Today, when it comes to earned income, the amount you make may matter less as compared to how you make it giving rise to more small businesses. With the massive surge toward small business ownership will be an increased need for qualified small business knowledge.
How Debt and Taxes Can Make Smart Entrepreneurs Rich Entrepreneur By: Robert Kiyosaki My wife Kim and I have hundreds of millions of dollars of debt. We pay little to nothing in taxes. We are very rich, members of the 1 percent that gets crowds screaming about economic inequality. And we sleep very well at […]
Money is one of four very powerful emotional appeals. Discover how using money as an emotional appeal will cause people to unconsciously stop what they are doing and pay attention to your marketing message.
The general narrative is that job satisfaction is tied directly to an employee’s earnings. In fact, many studies have shown that a person’s wage is not closely tied to a person’s job satisfaction levels at all. Growth, level of autonomousness, and connection to colleagues are considered to be the top three attributes of job satisfaction. […]
Most people think people become wealthy because they are lucky, had good fortune, or had some social advantage in life. They believe that everyone is their brother’s keeper and that the ones who are fortunate to have money should share it with the less fortunate. As I see it, we live in a free market […]
The US dollar continues to rise in value in relation to the Euro. A strong dollar makes products manufactured overseas cheaper to buy. While it may make buying a Mercedes cheaper and may make your international travel budget go further, these savings come at the expense of business revenue. On the flipside, goods and services […]