Small Business Digest Header Icon   •    •    •    •    •    •    •  
Small Business Digest


  
    December-2014
 
HOME CURRENT ISSUE SUBSCRIBE FREE RSS NEWS FEED SAMPLE NEWSLETTER BUSINESS RADIO ARCHIVES
 
INFORMATION TO INCREASE SMALL BUSINESS REVENUE, PROFITS
Click Here For Your Free Small Business Newsletter
   Accounting-Tax      CEO-Owners
   Accounting-Tax      CEO-Owners
   Accounting-Tax     CEO-Owners
   Accounting-Tax      CEO-Owners
Current Update
 
Small Business Digest EZINE

The Latest Edition of Small Business Digest ezine Written By And For Small Business Leaders; Click Here To Download

. 

Closing Sales By Yearend; Preventing Data Breaches; Obamacare Explained For Small Biz; More

 

Nine Tips For Closing Pending Sales Before Yearend.

Preventing data breaches that can kill a small business.

How to build a successful eCommerce website.

Small businesses face challenges from Obamacare.

New exchange offers easy access to IT professional advisors.

Contests offer a different approach to spur sales.

Medical marijuana is becoming is a fast growing small business. Learn how patients perceive how it is helping them in this heart  rendering video.

Most companies have built an email list of current and potential customers.
But any email list is just that until it becomes a true sales channel.
Providing engaging content that turns an email list into a sales generator is a challenge for many small business leaders.
To learn more about how we can help you within your budget, contact Donald Mazzella at dmazzella@is-incorp.com or call him at 201-242-0600.
Learn More!

Small Business Digest and Information Strategies - helping small business managers travel more efficiently and cheaply

read more



 

 
 

Question:

How do small business leaders think 2015 will be for their enterprises?

Answer:

While surveys differ, a majority of small business leaders view 2015 as an up year with many feeling their firms will do better than 2014. However, a significant percentage view the economy as the key to their success but feel it is still dragging.


Question:

How can a borrower avoid the three most common mistakes small biz make in applying for an SBA loan?

Answer

Check the allowable use of funds: Lenders each have different rules on their allowable use of funds. Small businesses should ask their lender upfront regarding their particular requirements.  Ensure you have sufficient income to make loan payments: Providers of SBA loans will check the borrower’s ability to make loan payments.  Have your paperwork in order: Small businesses should avoid any hiccups in the application process by ensuring all of their paperwork is updated and accurate. This includes documents about the formation of the business, insurance, accounting, and tax records, etc. Evan Singer of  SmartBiz


 

Learn about how to advertise in My Company Chronicle
 
Health savings account (HSA) info - www.hsafinder.com
 
How to improve the profitability of small firms, including finance, marketing, healthcare - www.2sbdigest.com
 
Small business info to improve operations - www.mybusinesschronicle.com
 
Human resource management guidance to improve vital functional areas - www.managingyourhr.com
 
Find, access and market small to large corporations and individuals in the healthcare, corporate and consumer sectors - www.is-incorp.com
 
Small to medium-size company managers can access travel information specifically geared to their needs - www.travelforsmallbiz.com
 
Managing HSA insurance, custodial accounts and personal health is the focus of this unique website and newsletter - www.4hsausers.com
 
Direct access to the best value in health savings accounts and other healthcare insurance - www.2hsa.com

a1weblinks
GeekySpeaky
DirectoryBest
RSS Mountain
BlogCatalog
WeBlogALot
Newstin