This is the part we all have been waiting for! We discussed the differences between being a boss and a leader in our previous blog and gave you an inside story of an unappreciated and demotivated employee at the veterinary clinic. Now how do you become a leader instead of the boss? Here are 5 starting points; make… Continue reading Become a Leader
Paying by: Let’s say there is only one check left that you have to issue because the vendor doesn’t accept anything besides cash and checks. It’s every month. Check Total of $3.426/month ($41.112) Cost of check – 80/250 ($80 for 250checks) = $0.32 Person ordering the checks and when they come unpacking and storing them… Continue reading How Much Does it Cost You When People Pay by Check?
You should keep your returns until the statute of limitations runs for filing returns or filing for a refund. For most taxpayers, that means keeping those records generally a minimum of three years following the date of filing or the due date of your tax return, whichever is later. In addition to the returns, keep… Continue reading How Long Should I Keep My Returns?
You might recall a blog I wrote a few months ago encouraging you not to become a buggy whip. One of the points I was trying to make deal with how technology was changing the ‘way we work and the adverse effects of doing things “the way we have always done them”. In continuing with… Continue reading The Power of Team
Just the other day, I read that a major national retail chain had declared chapter 11 bankruptcy. How could a once thriving company potentially become extinct? While I don’t know the specific details, perhaps it was because they continue using an all but dead business model. This company sells and rents music, movies, games, and other entertainment through… Continue reading Don’t Become a Buggy Whip