You may think you won your independence from the workforce when you quit your job, but the truth is: running your own business sometimes means you’re dependent on many factors. You may depend solely on the revenue produced by just a handful of clients.You may depend on your vendors to produce products and services to you in a timely manner. Are you really as independent as you think?
When you're an independent contractor, you sometimes appreciate the adage that "it's better to be lucky than good." While I believe that being good is what will keep your business in business for the long haul, luck in getting a job...
Just as American independence required Georgia and New York, Massachusetts and South Carolina to join forces to win the Revolutionary War, we are each fundamentally dependent on one another in our own lives.
Ten Tips for Business OwnersSource: IRS Summertime Tax Tip 2009-20If you are a small business owner, whether you hire people as independent contractors or as employees will impact how much taxes you pay and the amount of taxes you w...
For many, running a business – no matter how small – represents a kind of freedom. If you're a small business owner, here are four tips for celebrating and ensuring your independence for years to come.