Congratulations! If you followed last week's blog, you are well on your way to becoming an official business. One that is registered by the county, state, possibly collecting taxes on the goods that you are selling, and on your way to operating an official business. I know you may still be waiting on getting some… Continue reading Official Business Owner! Find a Super Accountant!
List of start up costs for new businesses to help with estimating financing, proformas, and starting a business.
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Entrepreneurs come in all types and sizes, just like the businesses they run. If you are deciding whether or not you want to start a business, start with the type of business you want to start. There are about 4 types of new businesses: Innovative- These are the entrepreneurial businesses that create new products, expand… Continue reading 4 Types of Businesses to Start
For many small businesses, there are several ways to calculate profitability. The break-even point one way. It is the minimum sales you need to recover your costs. If you're a retailer and you buy a trunk full of clothes for $400, and you know you can sell them for $800, what is the break even… Continue reading Break-even Point for Lemons
I have started writing this blog post a few times. How in the world do you make profit and profit margin sassy and sexy and interesting? I have no real ideas. But here's an interesting story where I apparently told off a Senior Vice President without realizing it. The Senior Vice President (SVP) of a… Continue reading Sexy Profit Margins
I wanted to dive into positioning a business and products a little more from a post a few weeks ago. What better way than to illustrate by using donuts? Here's the first donut that you may be familiar with. Product #1 is a simple donut from the local grocery store, i.e. Kroger:. It costs about… Continue reading 50 Cent or $5 Donuts: The positioning of donuts