Category Archives: Business

16 Best Password Manager Apps for Your Small Business

With cybercriminals getting increasingly sophisticated, it is in every small business’s interest to keep data safe. Password managers are an effective way to help businesses create strong passwords and store them securely, and by doing so, helping keep vital business information safe. Best Password Manager Apps If you’re thinking about making use of the different password managers available, take a look at the Read More

QuickBooks Accountant Apps Provision Small Businesses and their Financial Advisors

The new release of QuickBooks Accountant Apps Program from Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU) gives accountants a platform for making top-rated apps available for their customers. QuickBooks Accountant Apps Program Accountants can now provision, purchase and manage apps recommended by accounting professionals and fully compatible with the QuickBooks suite of products. According to Intuit, the goal of this program is to make accountants more Read More

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Facts About Obtaining Your Alcohol License

Obtaining your liquor license Dallas TX is a big part of running your own business. You cannot brew, serve or sell alcohol in your state without the proper license. It is best to obtain your license before the grand opening of your business. You can get started by learning several facts about obtaining your alcohol license. Reasons To Obtain Your Read More

Trudeau’s gender-equal budgeting challenge

Trudeau’s gender-equal budgeting challenge4:24 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a challenge to develop a gender-equal budget that will help improve the lives of women. Both Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum and both will be bringing their message of gender equity and budgeting. Canada has some measures in place to support Read More

Five Big Business Trends to Watch in 2018

After a restful holiday break I’m ready for what is sure to be an eventful New Year. Here are five big business trends I’ll be watching: 1: Recession Watch. Apologies for being contrary; all signs point to a solid economy in 2018, with tax cuts boosting growth. But that’s precisely the reason to start worrying. The economic expansion is eight and Read More

RCom exits wireless business to cut debt

Anil Ambani, chairman of Reliance Communications addressing a press conference in Mumbai. (PTI Photo) MUMBAI: Reliance Communications (RCom) chairman Anil Ambani on Tuesday said the company will resolve its outstanding debt issue with lenders by selling its spectrum, cell towers, optical fiber network and real estate properties. This will result in RCom exiting the wireless telecom business and paring its debt to Rs 6,000 crore from Rs 45,000 Read More

How to keep a family business running after 200 years

Two generations of the Loane family – from left, Bryan Loane, Morgan Loane and Scott Loane The rumours that swirled around the American east coast city of Baltimore in 1895 were grossly inaccurate. The word on the street was that the Loane family business had shut. So Javez Loane, who at the time ran the business that made sails, window Read More

India business optimism positive, but is lowest in 4 years: Report

NEW DELHI, DEC 26:   Business leaders in India remained largely positive, but their level of optimism has dropped to its lowest level in four years even as it has hit a two-year high in the Asia–Pacific, says a report. According to the latest Grant Thornton’s report, Asia–Pacific business optimism has hit a 2 year high, largely driven by improvements from Read More

Is Your Angel Investor Playing Power Ball or Money Ball?

Sophisticated investors in high potential start-up companies generally take one of two approaches to angel investing, which I call “power ball” and “money ball”. Either of these approaches can yield high financial returns, but their success requires angels to stick to the rules of the game they are playing. Investors do poorly when they confound the two games. Types of Read More

The Size of Angel Investments

About a week ago, I put out the statistic that the typical, or median, size of an angel investment is $10,000. Many people have responded that they don’t believe the number because they see companies receiving $250,000 to $500,000 from angels. But these numbers aren’t inconsistent. Data from a survey of a representative sample of the adult age population in Read More