Business planning isn’t exciting. But the effort you put into it has much to do with the results you’ll see next year and in years to come.
This is part two of our year-end planning paper. We’re going to pick this up by continuing an indepth look at your overhead budget for the coming year.
We are approaching the time of year when the subject of bonuses comes up. Your employees might be saying, “Do you suppose they will pay us a Christmas Bonus this year?”
The old law said that the owner could recover 100% of the money they had paid a contractor if it was found that the contractor did not have a valid license.
A contractor friend just went through an IRS audit. After going through all his records and asking a ton of questions, they said, "In my opinion, you owe us $22,000."
I don’t know much about their company, but I do know they understand communication with their customers and all those they do business with.
Are you an LLC? S-Corp? C-Corp? Does it matter?
Knowing your cost per lead is important because it helps set your sales goals and advertising budget.