By Jeremy Higbee on December 9th, 2013
The attempt to expand operations to the federal government as a small business is a scary prospect. The move from the public sector to the federal sector is filled with rules, regulations, and registrations. While it’s a bumpy road, it is one well worth traveling. In 2009, the federal government spent about $96.8 billion on… Read the full article.
By Brian Halligan on October 15th, 2013
In ‘60s slang, the word “boss” meant above all others. Just one look at the classic Boss 302 Mustang and you knew it was built for only one reason—to own the road. Human managers and supervisors of the time were similarly bossy. But as the idea of what a boss should be has slowly changed,… Read the full article.
Kleenorama Janitorial and Sanitation Goods LLC , was formed back in June 2008. Having over 27 years of experience in the cleaning supply industry I thought the name should provide a clear message of what we are trying to market. We provide cleaning supplies and equipment to small to middle-size cleaning companies in and around the… Read the full article.
Even with a one-year delay, there are steps employers should take now to prepare for employer shared responsibility (ESR) and minimize the risk of potential penalties later. Knowing and understanding the key components of ESR that could impact your business – minimum essential coverage and affordability, who qualifies as an applicable large employer, the ESR… Read the full article.
This article originally appeared on Bplans.com. Business planning is about results. You need to make the contents of your plan match your purpose. Don’t accept a standard outline just because it’s there. What is a business plan? A business plan is any plan that works for a business to look ahead, allocate resources, focus on… Read the full article.