Small business owners nationwide are becoming aware of a nuance of the Affordable Care Act which uses the combined total number of employees among their various businesses and branches to require them to provide health insurance options to their employees.
When planning for the year, it's helpful to know how to calculate the average revenue per employee.
Three metrics can illuminate ways to boost customer retention and sales, and to reduce the cost of running your business.
Quick cash flow solutions just might turn into attractive pre-sales for the coming year.
Businesses with 50 or fewer total aggregate employees don't have to offer health insurance plans, but SHOP tries to make it easier and more affordable for them to do so.
In this Key Performance Indicator, we calculate the possible effects of a rate increase.
While many business owners use bartering as a way to pay for essential and premium business services and tools, the real value in bartering may be the access to a ready-to-use (RTU) referral network and cash-paying customers.
Tom Stewart goes deeper into measuring revenue with this Key Performance Indicator video about how to calculate revenue based on a 52-week moving average.
With pending changes to healthcare in the United States, it’s no wonder Worker’s Compensation insurance for businesses is becoming harder to acquire and afford.
Picking an employee structure and legal business structure for your cleaning business isn’t a game of chance or a quick, casual decision. Be sure to consider the record keeping, attorney’s fees, and tax filing requirements before you set up your business.