Written by Pamela Heywood

How do you measure it? Do you just count $$$$ or pounds or whatever your currency is? Obviously that's one goal and, to make enough money to be at least self-sufficient is something we all desire. But there are many other measures: all part ofrepparttar long- term view, which will create a business that will sustain you and your family not only today, but also for many tomorrows.

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Operating a small business WITHOUT accountants, lawyers etc...

Written by Steve Hartung

The average small business owner inrepparttar United States now spends between 35% and 45% of their time handling justrepparttar 117890 employee related paperwork. The typical small business owner hasrepparttar 117891 burden of running payroll, buying workmans compensation insurance, providing employee health insurance, processing W-2s, tracking and filing all payroll taxes, mailing all forms on time, maintaining compliance with all federal, state and local laws and defending you and your company against workers compensation claims and audits just to name a few!

Usually, a small business owners lawyer is in one city and accountants in another city. Payroll is done by ABC payroll in yet another city. Now small business has to deal with soaring workmans comp., and employee health insurance costs. It's no wonder small businesses fail. And it's fast becoming a trend to NOT start a small business at all. Who can keep up with all this chaos and still earn a measly profit anymore?

Well folks, it'srepparttar 117892 21 century and it's time you started running your small business that way! To continue plodding along without upgrading your business practices will certainly doom your dreams of wealth. Don't believe me? Just continue your daily rut of paperwork and dealing with employee problems and in a year or so compare your business with your competitors who have upgraded and see for yourself who is playing golf all day and who isn't.

So how does one upgrade their small business from wasting time and moneyrepparttar 117893 "old" 20th century way torepparttar 117894 new 21st century way of doing business that wastes zero time and earns you profits beyond your wildest dreams?

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