business management and business operating basics for small business owners

business management and business operating basics for small business owners. in the beginning, you as the owner will perform all your start-up’s chores, or at least you will personally see to it that they get done. well, you’ll personally take care of all the important tasks at least — those responsibilities that will, down the road, either make or break your enterprise if they aren’t done correctly.

one of the first things you need to do when you start a business is to purchase insurance. we’re talking about liability insurance — auto, fire, theft, business interruption, and so on — as well as workers’ compensation insurance. federal taxes (income, social security, unemployment, and excise) come in a mind-boggling array, as do state and local taxes (income, real estate, sales, and assorted other special levies, depending on your industry).

time stamps
business management overview 00:06
buying insurance 01:22
paying taxes 07:53
leases 08:45
maintaining employee records 10:11
checks 11:29
outsourcing 12:52
accounting management 18:25
controlling your expenses 38:03
budgeting 42:53
vendors 46:25
outsiders 49:34