The Entrepreneurial DNA and the Keys to Success

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On September 30, 2015
In the eighteenth century, the typical entrepreneur was defined simply as one who started a business. This definition has over time expanded to include other attributes such as one who is a risk taker as well as one who possess the ability and skills to manage scarce resources.  In today’s global environment, the DNA of […]
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When the Business Check Engine Light Comes On…

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 23, 2015
Most new start-up business owners generally face difficult challenges during their first five years in business. Research indicates that a majority of these business owners start their business without a well-defined business plan, inadequate working capital, and also a lack of managerial experience. Today, most small business owners are finding out the hard way that […]
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To Debit or Not to Credit

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 12, 2015
The accounting profession has experienced a complete transformation in the way financial statements are generated and communicated to users. The emergence of low cost accounting software packages has replaced ledger cards and column pads, while hand written journal entries and general ledger postings seem now to have been replaced by “save” and “ok” buttons. With […]
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The Day after Katrina…

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 12, 2015
The catastrophic impact of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast raises serious questions about the readiness of small business owners in the event of a natural disaster. The biggest challenge that small business owners face in places such as New Orleans is the arduous task of recreating lost records. So how do you minimize the […]
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Who Will Bail You Out?

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 9, 2015
The word “bailout” has become a virtual household jargon considering the recent decision by congress to bailout the crippling U.S financial market. As specifics of the bailout provisions trickle down to the average “Joe the Plumber,” it is critical that small business owner start thinking about their own bailout plan. The million dollar question is, […]
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