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When considering adding a new e-commerce service, how do I evaluate it from a return-on-investment (ROI) standpoint?
How do we structure our business so that we can attract investors, but still maintain control of the company?
Why is it important to distinguish between elements on the profit and loss statement that are above the line and below the line?
What factors should be considered when determining what to charge a client for services, such as consulting?
Should I consider hiring a Virtual Assistant for my new small business, rather than a regular employee?
Should I bother to pay for and take time to review a monthly financial report in my fast moving business?
Our business is experiencing difficulties and we need to cut costs; what are some guidelines for doing this successfully?
What is the difference between using a mark-up percentage for pricing my products and using a gross profit margin.
Do consultants mainly help clients by offering expert advice, or are they expected to produce results?
How should I handle friends who think I should provide free or discounted prices because I'm home-based?
Is there anything wrong with running my home-based business finances through my family's check book and use my personal credit cards?
Do you think giving employees a stake in our start-up company will provide a motivational and performance return?
How can I estimate expenses for my new small business, when there aren't any obvious comparisons available?
Can I get a loan, or investment capital, if I have no accounting and financial records or projections?
If my consulting services produce a long-term solution that has a significant positive impact, do I only charge for that hour, or the value of my idea?
Is there anything wrong with running my business through my family's check book and use my personal credit cards?
As an independent contractor, can I expense capital equipment, like a computer, like larger businesses?
Are the increased profits achieved from preventive maintenance programs worth the effort and expense?