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Navigating Large Loss in a Small Business

Having your own business can be an extremely rewarding endeavor. All businesses encounter risks, but successful ones know how to approach those risks in a calculated and strategic fashion. However, even calculated decisions sometimes cannot predict situations that lead to financial loss. Specifically, business losses occur when operating expenses exceed the revenue earned during a certain period. A wide range of variables can lead to...

Strategies to Combat Employee Theft

Employee theft is a major issue that many business owners must unfortunately confront, damaging employer-employee trust and creating an intolerable financial burden on operations. Taking proactive measures to prevent and address instances of theft is crucial to protecting the business community. On average, workplace theft results in a staggering $50 billion in losses each year. The Alarming Scope of Employee Theft The growing prevalence of...

Honoring Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

The contributions of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities to our growing culture and society are invaluable. Recognizing their contributions, we celebrate May as Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. We respect the importance of honoring the cultural heritage and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The History of AAPI Heritage Month In 1978, Congress passed a joint...

The Cost of Not Having Business Insurance

Running a business comes with many risks, from property damage to legal liabilities. While some business owners may see insurance as an unnecessary expense, the cost of failing to have adequate coverage can far outweigh the premiums paid. It is essential to understand the potential consequences of operating without business insurance. Financial Losses from Property Damage Property damage can occur unexpectedly due to natural disasters,...

A Small Business Owner's Guide to Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is the foundation of sound financial management; for small business owners, it's essential for success. With April being Financial Literacy Month, there's no better time to learn more about the fundamentals of financial literacy that every small business owner should know. Budgeting Basics for Small Businesses Budgeting is crucial for small businesses to manage finances and achieve their profit goals effectively. To effectively...