Once tax season is over, how do you make sure your tax preparation business stays top of mind with potential customers? Here are some great tips to help you create awareness for your business and grow your clientele year round.
As a small-business owner, you should be finished or at least close to done with your taxes for the year.
Careful financial management is an important aspect of successfully operating a small business, especially when it comes to marketing efforts.
The economy is slowly inching toward recovery, but many small businesses have yet to feel the positive effects.
As the economy struggles to reach a sustainable recovery, it’s important that consumers budget appropriately.
The so-called fiscal cliff, a date in 2013 when tax increases and budget cuts will go into effect, is approaching.
As the economy struggles to recover, an increasing number of consumers have begun to take payday loans.
Customers are growing dissatisfied with banks and have begun seeking alternative financial services.
Amidst economic uncertainty, consumer confidence in banks has sunk to unprecedented lows.
Managing money can be difficult without a good way to keep track of income and expenses. Especially in a difficult economic climate such as Americans currently face, monitoring income is of especially high importance.