News, trends, and tips for Canadian small business owners, startups, and entrepreneurs.
A profit margin is an amount that shows how profitable your business is by dividing income by revenue (also called sales). There are also different types of margins you’ll need to understand and ways to improve them.
The deadline for Canadian sole proprietors and other small business owners to file tax returns is fast approaching. Find out what you can do now, and start doing for next year, to reduce your tax bill and avoid potential pitfalls.
The tone of voice you use when developing your business communication style is critical. It not only affects how people notice your business but can also influence who’ll want to do business with you.
One of the most important methods of solving cash flow problems is making small, smart investments and maintaining cash reserves. Here’s how to proactively prepare your business to maintain operations and continue to grow.
Your startup business is growing and now it’s time to build your team by hiring qualified talent. Read our recommendations for how you can find the people you need to help your business continue to thrive and grow.
Minimizing the impact of a natural disaster on your small business involves taking several measures to endure and recover quickly from a catastrophic event. Here’s what you can do to protect your business and employees.
Construction sites have many health and safety hazards. Here’s what to be mindful of and the steps to take year-round to prevent an accident, theft, or injuries at your job sites.
Vicarious liability for employers is when a business owner is held financially liable for the damages caused by the actions or inactions of anyone representing their company. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
As we head into the prime-time season for swimming pool contractors, now’s the time to get ready to ramp up your operations and ensure your team is ready to help your customers keep their pools clean.