If your business sells a product, the method you use to value your inventory can have a significant effect on tax liability and financial ratios.
Every once in a while, your business will write a check, and it will never get cashed.
The old saying, "the customer is always right," is one that I've always had trouble agreeing with 100 percent of the time.
Whether you’ve invented an app that will change the world or you run a mom-and-pop store, there is value in your business.
Stuck on hourly pricing? Why not try flat rates and packages? Take the ambiguity out of hourly pricing, and boost sales by marketing your services like products.
When selling your business, it's important to look at it through potential buyers' eyes to achieve the best possible deal.
I'm now thinking about making our first big pricing change in several years.
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