Georgia Freeport Exemption – Don’t Leave Money on the Table!
The Freeport Exemption is an exemption on the inventory of Georgia manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors. This valuable exemption encourages businesses to move, relocate, and invest in the Georgia economy.Small Business Project Management: Six Pros and Cons
Projects and project management are sometimes thought to be the exclusive domain of larger companies. However, projects are simply the means by which we introduce change in organisations, so all businesses, large and small, that are attempting to change and adapt by definition are carrying out projects. Common examples of projects in small businesses may include setting up a company website, establishing the office in a new location, or implementing a new product. For ambitious small companies looking to grow and expand, the need to initiate the right projects and achieve the desired results is even more vital than it is for huge national and multi-national businesses. This article examines six reasons why small businesses avoid adopting a project management approach to managing change and how small business would benefit from a systematic, project approach.Depression and Small Business
Sometimes it will just creep up on you and it can be self induced or maybe it can slam you upside the head. I am talking about being depressed as a small business owner. Have you ever felt like it is you against the world? Do you sometimes get the sense that no matter what you do, it will be wrong? Welcome to the world of a small business owner. You are not alone and yes, misery does love company, your company.Women in Business
Women are starting businesses two time more than men. Why? We want more. More time, more freedom, and more choices in how we raise our families. With over 9 million women owned business today, women are no longer a market segment, but we ARE the market.Small Business Still Ranks Highest in Occupational Fraud Frequency
Employee embezzlement is on the rise and the small business continues to rank highest in fraud frequency compared to large corporations and government agencies. There are several key factors that contribute to the fraud losses. In order to combat the risks a small business needs to be aware of their business operations, especially their lack of internal controls.