FULL Interrogation: Man Who Disemboweled His Girlfriend After She Screamed Her Ex's Name

FULL Interrogation: Man Who Disemboweled His Girlfriend After She Screamed Her Ex’s Name

Invoice Programs

Invoice programs come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Whether your needs are for a small or large business, filtering the good from the bad can be daunting. No need to worry though, all the best software download sites have users who use and rate the invoices software for you.

Your Small Business and Its Structure

If you’re planning to start your own small business, then you probably should start writing your business plan. A business plan serves a number of uses. It can be your ticket to much needed financing and other support. Most of all, a good business plan gives your business direction and goals to achieve. In order to get your small business going in the right direction, an entire section of the business plan is needed to describe the business management structure of your small business.

Are Debit Cards Actually Cheaper for Merchants to Process Than Credit Cards?

As a business owner accepting swiped transactions, how does processing these transactions as credit versus debit effect your bottom line? What should be taken into consideration when asking your customers, “Will that be credit or debit?” This article looks at the answer to these questions from the perspectives of you, the business owner, your paying customers, and the banks responsible for transferring funds from one account to another.

A Great Time To Be a Woman Business Owner

I have been a business owner since 2001. If you are woman business owner, this is your year, this is your  time to get serious about local, state and federal prime and sub-contracting opportunities. If you live near a major urban area, first look into certification within the nearest city.

Small Business Employee Policies Series: Probationary Period

Once you’ve gone through the process of finding and hiring the right candidate, the last thing that you’d expect is the need to fire your new employee. Despite thoroughly interviewing and checking references, it is not out of the realm of possibility that your new employee will not be a good fit. Problems during the first several months can range from a personality mismatch, to performance issues.