Robert Moskowitz is a business writer for Intuit and is passionate about solving small business problems.
on August 15, 2013
Is an embezzler secretly sapping the financial vitality of your small business?
You may not recognize the problem until you accidentally discover a discrepancy or the theft becomes so large that the embezzler can no longer cover it up. Instead of waiting fo…Read » Views: 77
on August 14, 2013
If your company website isn’t ranked highly by internet search engines, particularly Google, your customers and prospects may have difficulty finding you. Complicating matters, Google keeps changing the rules by which it ranks websites.
Here are the lates…Read » Views: 1,541
on August 13, 2013
Effective decision making is not only the province of entrepreneurs, but also the lifeblood of successful businesses. After all, your choices either build a strong operation and fuel its growth — or they don’t.
The basic tenets of good decision making g…Read » Views: 877
on August 12, 2013
If your small business depends on client projects, its long-term success will likely require you to build strong, ongoing relationships that encourage people to continue giving you new assignments.
Here are some suggestions for turning one-time jobs into st…Read » Views: 1,351
on August 9, 2013
Many small-business people report they are financially and emotionally unprepared for retirement. Here are some tips to help you get ready for the future.
1. Tithe Yourself
A satisfying retirement at any age is a lot easier to obtain when you have adequate …Read » Views: 753
on August 8, 2013
Instagram, like other social networks, can be an excellent tool for promoting your small business. The photo- and video-sharing platform, coupled with its varied supporting apps, provides a free means of driving traffic to your company’s website and intera…Read » Views: 1,447
on August 6, 2013
Hiring great employees for your small business can be a difficult and time-consuming chore. That’s why many small-business owners opt to use an outside recruiting firm to search for, vet, and rank suitable candidates.
However, the quality of the applican…Read » Views: 924
on August 5, 2013
Rare is the company that doesn’t encounter an occasional PR problem. Perhaps a customer feels insulted, or an employee sends a revealing email to the wrong person, or a rival spreads damaging rumors, or a popular product turns out to have an embarrassing fla…Read » Views: 791