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Question: Who Does Your Business Taxes

I know a few business owners who do their own taxes, and many more who pay someone to fill out their corporate returns each year. Given that the cost of corporate accounting can be significant, some owners have shied away from that route for as long as they can, while others quickly push their books […]

Question: How do you calculate salary?

When you hire a new employee in an area for which you have no internal measure to use as a baseline, you must decide how much to offer a prospect in terms of salary. If you’re hiring in an area for which there are industry statistics relative to your location, then that clearly can be […]

Negotiating a Raise

Many employees, having put in their time working at a perceived discount rate, begin to mull the possibility of getting a raise. The thought process involved often involves self-justification in terms of what they deserve or are entitled to. The walk to the decision-maker and subsequent bursting of the balloon leaves them upset, perhaps to […]

Importance of Happy Employees

In my recent posts on questions to be constantly asking yourself as the owner of a small business (10 Questions to Keep Asking About Your Business and  Readers Respond: Questions to Ask About Your Business), the area I seemed to miss was in regard to employee satisfaction. Yet, this is a critical component to the […]