Category Archives: The Bottom Line

Finances, Accounting, Budgeting, Costs, Income, Expenses, Net Profit

Are You Getting in the Way of Your Success?

When we think of successful business people like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, and many others, we often believe that a level of success like they achieved is out of our reach. We assume they were lucky, had some … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Run a Small Business on a Budget | Business.com Blog

Looking for ways to cut costs and boost profits for your small business? Here are ten tips to trim the fat from your expenses and turn your business into a lean, mean, money-making machine. 1. Go Paperless If you haven’t … Continue reading

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A New Year, A New Business Plan — Now What? – Forbes

A New Year, A New Business Plan — Now What? – Forbes. No battle plan survives the first contact with the enemy, according to German Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke. Your business plan shouldn’t last beyond January. The question is, … Continue reading

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Chamber Plans for the Future

There’s no denying we have entered a new economy. Just as many of our members have adapted to the new business climate, the Chamber is adapting as well. In planning for new directions of the organization, the board of directors … Continue reading

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The Only Business Formula For Success You’ll Ever Need

Check out the Small Business Blog for commonsense tips on keeping your business running smoothly.  It is a simple reminder of things we sometimes overlook when we get bogged down in the day-to-day activities. The Only Business Formula For Success … Continue reading

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