Tips for New Entrepreneurs

No matter what kind of business you’re in, in the past you may have dealt with some type of setback due to the economy. Whether it was a workforce reduction, a hiring freeze, customers who haven’t paid, or closing one of your locations, chances are the economic downturn as impacted your business.  Even the most successful franchise owners have taken a serious look at whether they can continue their operations without some serious cuts.  So you may be wondering why anyone would want to search out new businesses for sale.  Believe it or not, they are doing so for precisely the same reasons many other people are selling – because of the economy.

Tips for Starting your Online Business

Friday, 08 January 2016 Andy Anderson

Starting an ecommerce business is hard work with many steps and decisions that need to come together at the right time. Just as there are many ways to earn money on the Internet, there are just as many ways to lose money.  Whenever you hear about a successful online entrepreneur, chances are that he or she spent countless hours trying to make it happen. The operating costs are low and the potential to make an impact is high.

If you were born with that “entrepreneurial spark” in your eye, then no economist or banker is going to keep you from starting a business.  While many analysts may say that it’s not a good time to become a business owner, others have found that buying a business with no money is suddenly a possibility. 

You may be wondering how that’s even possible at a time when credit is so hard to come by, but several articles have been written about exactly this topic.

Some say it is much easier to get this money when you are buying an existing business than starting a new one; in fact many people have been buying a business with no money

This may seem impossible, especially with banks tightening their guidelines for granting business loans, but there are plenty of ways to work around that.

The Pros and Cons of Owning a Home Based Business

Thursday, 09 October 2014 Andy Anderson

best home based businessMany people seek out the ease and convenience of a home-based business because they hope it will help them balance career and family, while affording them with greater income potential than a 9-5 job. True, a home-based business might be right for you if these are your goals, but all that “entrepreneurial freedom” comes at a price. If you’re interested in self-employment but you still don’t know if it’s right for you, then take the time to carefully weigh the pros and cons of running a home-based business.

Starting a Business? Get Your Legal Ducks in a Row

Monday, 14 July 2014 Andy Anderson

fund businessEvery year, budding entrepreneurs take steps to turn their vision into a new enterprise. Their ideas may vary, but they all seem to have an abundance of energy and optimism, which is inspiring to everyone around them.

As exciting as it can be to get caught up in the flurry of getting new customers and opening that first office, most entrepreneurs lack the legal knowledge they need to start and run a business. Without this roadmap, it is all too easy to put aside the less glamorous aspects of business ownership.

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