7 Things You Can Do If You Can’t Make Payroll


If you’ve experienced a sudden change in cash flow or an unexpected expense, it can throw off your plans for your business. In some cases, it could impact your long-term goals. But in a worst-case scenario, it can have immediate ramifications, including not being able to make payroll. Not only would a late paycheck anger … Continue reading 7 Things You Can Do If You Can’t Make Payroll

The Ultimate Guide to Vetting a Business Partner


After surviving several tumultuous business partnerships, Susan Nilon has learned to be more skeptical and cautious. In the past, she admits she was so excited about business possibilities that she “didn’t pay attention to red flags.” She and her current business partner in a legal research firm, De Novo Law Services, not only have a … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Vetting a Business Partner

March 14th – Frequently Asked LEGAL Questions Workshop


Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc (ABLE) will be presenting a series of workshops to address some of the most common legal questions faced by low-income entrepreneurs and small businesses.  The first workshop will be held from 8:30 am to 10:30 am at The Entrepreneurs Center,  714 E. Monument Ave. What will you learn throughout … Continue reading March 14th – Frequently Asked LEGAL Questions Workshop

How to Keep Your Holiday Customers


The holidays are over, and for most businesses, that often signifies a big sigh of relief. October through to the new year represents a major marketing effort, the likes of which often feel like a never-ending marathon. But if the goal of that marathon is to hit the finish line with an increased customer bases, and … Continue reading How to Keep Your Holiday Customers