As technology evolves, so do the ways businesses can utilize it to help drive results, manage the workplace more effectively, improve customer experience, improve security for retail businesses and reduce the environmental impact of business operations. There are numerous devices and systems available on the market today that business owners can use to benefit their practices and the future of their business. How can they make the best of these and use them to their advantage?
Why Smart Tech is a Smart Investment to Grow Your Business
Small Business Digital Tools for Success
The day-to-day tasks that make our mission possible require a lot of moving parts, and because of this, we use an array of tools to get the job done each day. Platforms like Dropbox and Hootsuite provide us the ability to balance multiple tasks at once and collaborate with one another on projects.
What Small Business Owners Need to Know About 2018 Open Enrollment
Open enrollment to purchase health insurance plans for 2018 through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual marketplaces has started and there are some important changes for small business owners to note this year. If you’re a self-employed entrepreneur or have employees who need coverage through Healthcare.gov, check out these key facts about this year’s open enrollment below.
Finding access to capital gives party accessory supplier reason to celebrate
Alfredo Zendejas co-owns Accesorios Zendejas along with his wife, Leticia Sanchez, in Los Angeles, California. A true mom-and-pop enterprise, Alfredo and Leticia work together to design, create and deliver custom decorative pieces for quinceñeras, baptisms, weddings and other special occasions.
Common workplace-based retirement plans
Although retirement planning may not always be a high priority for busy small business owners, there are plenty of options available to help you start saving for the future. Read on for an overview of common workplace-based plans.
While this isn’t an exhaustive list, it should help you begin to understand the differences among them. We recommend consulting a financial advisor for assistance in selecting a plan based on your business size, capacity, and resources.