We all lose customers at some point. It’s a fact of life. That’s not to say we have to stand idly by and wave them goodbye; we need to understand why this is happening and identify what changes can be made to prevent it. In the following paragraph, we will discuss some general cause of losing the client and the actions you should take to address the issue. 1.Service /product quality not meeting client’s expectation.
Almost every business has some dissatisfied customers. A l
There is no secret for personal budgeting. There are three general rules in all the formulas: 1. In the long term, we do not spend more than we can earn. 2. We might be able to borrow money to cover cash flow shortage. 3. Does not matter how much money we borrow, the debt has to be paid back. People have different desires when it comes to consuming and investment. So we are not going to spend time discussing how much we should spend. Instead, we focus on the earning capacity
A corporation is also referred to as a limited company. Normally, the business owner's liability is limited to their capital invested in the company. This feature largely protected the business owners by reducing their exposure to the business liabilities. But is this always the case? Is your family assets safe when the company becomes insolvent?
The answer is "No." People in business should always be aware that under certain circumstances, they may become personally liable
if you run a business, have more than $10K outstanding tax debt which is overdue for at least 90 days, and you do not have a payment plan in place to manage it. Then you should read the following information very very carefully. From 1 July 2017, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) can disclose to Credit Reporting Bureaus the tax debt information of businesses that have not actively engaged with the ATO to manage those debts. This will be a new and unprecedented power for th