You’ve got big plans to offer a new product or service. You don’t like to brag, but you think it’s going to put you light years ahead of that competitor down the street. Now, if you could just come up with a catchy name for it, something that people will remember.
Hank provides expert tips on home maintenance to his customers. But ask him about his “accounts receivable” and “retained earnings” and things don’t always add up. Hank knows a good accountant could help. The question is, what should he look for when hiring one for his small business? How does one go about finding and selecting a good accountant (CPA) or financial adviser?
Business is booming. That’s a good thing, right? Not if you can’t keep up with demand. Maybe it’s time to expand. But that means a visit to your local lending institution to secure the funds. For some, that’s a daunting experience, especially if you’re not prepared. So, how do you get a loan?
You advertised for help. You interviewed the candidates. Now you’re ready to hire. But is it the right choice? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t clear until your newbie has been on board for a while.
Some might consider this just neighborly conversation along with the weather and the latest sports score. But for small business owners, it can be the start of a relationship with customers. Are you taking advantage of this opportunity to tell your story?