Creating a web store: the cornerstone of seed money

Seed money for your web store

 

When planning the finer details of your web store, rushing through your financial plan can lead to chaos. It’s important to be aware of how much money you need to spend, and only an extensive finance plan can provide the necessary security for the development of your web store....

 

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)?

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) explained

 

Neuro-linguistic programming, NLP for short, is a collection of tools and models designed to facilitate and strengthen communication in various areas of life and work. The goal is to better understand oneself and others, and to make positive changes. We will tell you exactly what...

 

Cost of sales method

The cost of sales procedure in the context of profits and losses

 

The profit and loss account (P&L) is also called an income statement. All general ledger accounts are summed up with expenses subtracted from the income to leave a profit or loss amount for the period, which is usually one financial year. Daily operating expenses are summarized...

 

SMART goals

How to achieve more by setting SMART goals

 

Have you heard of SMART goals, but you’ve never used an organized and effective method for setting objectives? We’ll explain the advantages of SMART goals, how to use the technique for your personal and business goals and what to watch out for with this method. Because, like all...

 

Start a sole proprietorship

How to start a sole proprietorship

 

A sole proprietorship is one of the easiest types of businesses to set up. All you need to get started is a business idea and a bit of courage. The one-person business does not require registration with the state, but there are plenty of other requirements you will need to...

 

Home office tax deduction

How to deduct working from home from your taxes

 

Whether you’re self-employed or employed – a growing number of professionals are working from home and many even set up a dedicated space to perform their job duties. To reduce any resulting financial burden, the costs for working from home can be deducted from your taxes....

 

Double-entry accounting, explained simply and briefly

Double-entry accounting simply explained

 

Double-entry accounting or double-entry bookkeeping is an essential part of the accounting system. Lots of entrepreneurs have a hard time with bookkeeping, when in fact it should be an aid to you and provide a detailed overview of your finances. Double-entry accounting isn’t an...

 

The bullwhip effect

The bullwhip effect, also known as the Forester effect, describes the phenomenon in which fluctuations in market demand can increase at every point in the supply chain. Even small changes in demand that a retailer will hardly notice can have a major impact on a manufacturing company at the beginning of the supply chain. The bullwhip effect is therefore important for supply chain management.

Google Workspace alternatives: The most popular and hidden gems

Google Workspace is great. That is why many companies use it. But not everyone likes to follow the crowd and some businesses prefer not to use Google’s office solution. Our article covers well-known Google Workspace alternatives, and some lesser-known options that might just be the perfect fit.

Corporations

Before registering a business, every entrepreneur is faced with the same question: Which business structure should I choose? So that you can answer this question with confidence, it’s best to know the difference between a corporation and a partnership. Here, we’ll introduce you to the many different types of corporations in the United States and how they differ in their rights and regulations.

How to book capital contributions and withdrawals correctly

If you want to use your company assets to strengthen company funds from your personal account, that isn’t a problem initially. However, you have to book these contributions and withdrawals correctly. It is important that these transactions do not affect the company’s profit or loss situation. Here’s what is important to make the right bookings.

Withdrawals – made easy!

Withdrawing from company assets for personal use is a matter of course for many business owners. After all, they have to live off something. This process is known as a withdrawal and is not always straightforward when it comes to accounting and tax law. What do you need to consider, what kind of withdrawals are there and is it possible to do this in a limited company? We provide the answers.

Deferral: When can you ask for payment deferment?

Is your company currently unable to meet its payment obligations or attend to its private contracts? In that case, a deferral is an option to delay payments whether you’re conducting business as an entrepreneur or a private individual. We’ll show you what conditions must be met for a deferred payment and what you need to look out for.

Home office: Which insurance do I need as a home worker?

Working from home is becoming possible in more and more industries. But how are you actually insured as an employee when working from your home office? Find out what you should know about home office liability insurance, when it pays to have insurance, and how you should behave in case of an accident in your home office.

Setting up your home office for safe and efficient working

Working from home continues to gain importance as part of modern work life. To ensure that you can work efficiently and securely from home, certain precautions should be considered. Generally, employees are free to design their home office spaces as they wish. However, there are times when the employer has a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of your home office setup. Find out what your...

Capital contributions – explained simply

As a business owner, it’s sometimes necessary to invest personal assets into your company. Whether it’s smaller purchases in everyday life – paying for gas at the gas station, for example – or larger sums if you’re trying to keep your company liquid. These are all known as capital contributions. We will provide a definition and explain what you need to keep in mind.

Liquidation of a company: Definition

In business, things don’t always go as planned. Whether it’s a mishap with an order situation, or too much debt, a company can quickly find itself staring in the face of financial ruin. No matter the situation, creditors will still be demanding their legitimate monetary claims, regardless of whether your company is facing insolvency or not. The final option is liquidating the company. The goal is...


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