Posts Tagged“business”

It appears that the gig economy is here to stay.  As life gets more expensive, more people turn to freelance work to make ends meet.  Even people with salaried jobs often also have a side hustle.  As good as it feels to make money from freelancing, it is disturbing when the IRS charges you huge tax obligations on your 1099 income.  The best thing you can do to void unnecessary tax burdens for freelancing is to get an EIN from the IRS-EIN website.  It is the same site where people apply for IRS estate Tax ID numbers. Sole Proprietorship Is…

When going to a trade show, there is almost always going to be a large amount of competition. This means that you need to stand out above everyone else and to make it clear that you have the best possible products and ideas. One of the best ways to do this is to make sure that you have the best possible display, making the competition look cheap and unprepared by comparison. 1. A Good Color Scheme A good color scheme will call attention to your booth, but will also make sure that it doesn’t seem out of place. Every industry…

If you want to take your online business to the next level, you must be exploring multiple avenues to do so. One of the best things you can do to take your online business to the next level is to choose digital printing over traditional offset printing. It Saves You Time There used to be a time when printing was a lengthy, tedious process. But with digital printing, you can get your prints delivered to your doorstep within a few hours. You don’t have to even get up from your desk – just place your order online, and you’re done!…

  For the young entrepreneur who has never worked in the restaurant business before, planning to open a restaurant can be a daunting but exciting project. There are many things to consider such as the ambience, music, restaurant table tops, wall art and other décor, and it not only requires an overall vision but also an eye for detail and a lot of practical planning. For a restaurant to function well it needs to operate like a well-oiled machine, while the diner is unaware of what is going on behind the scenes. How do you begin to plan a restaurant?…