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Small Business Services

 Your Success is our Business 

Your Success Begins Here

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Creating your Legal Entity
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Prepare a Business Plan
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Preparing a Budget
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Create a Marketing Plan & a Competitor Analysis
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Prepare Financial Statement, Auditing Services
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Establish HR Process & Virtual Learning
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Review Technology needed
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Insurance Needs
 

Creating your Legal Entity

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When you decide to start creating your Entity, you have many decisions to make. Arguably the most important decision you will make is which form of a business entity to establish. There are many entities to choose from and each will have its own advantages and disadvantages. We will help you evaluate each option from a tax standpoint and assess any legal liability considerations when determining which entity type will best fit your business.

Type of Entities

  • Sole Proprietor 

  • Partnership 

  • Corporation​

  1.  C Corp​

  2.  S Corp ( Subchapter S )

  3.  LLC ( Limited Liability Corp)​

  •  Estates/Trust​

  •  501 (c) (3) (Tax Exempt Corporation) 

Preparing a Budget

        Some different approaches to budgeting we will help you with

  • Income-based budgets first determine how much income you realistically think you can count on and then include expenses that can be covered by that amount.

  • Incremental budgets are a percentage increase or decrease of an existing budget.

  • Zero-based budgets start at the very beginning, examining priorities and testing all assumptions about where money will come from and how it will be spent.

Create a Marketing Plan & a Competitor Analysis

Our Process:

  • Conducting market research and analysis

  • Creating a basic business plan and marketing plan 

  • Setting your business and marketing objectives

  • Launching marketing campaigns (activities and tactics)

  • Measuring the ROI of your marketing efforts

  • Prepare Competitor Analysis

Strengths

What advantages do you have over your competition?

Weaknesses

What are some areas for improvement?

Opportunities

Are there new developments in your local community that could benefit your business?

Threats

Are there any newly emerging technologies or business models that could affect your company?

Additional Services

  • Define your target audience

  • Conduct a SWOT analysis

  • Process Competitor analysis

Competitor analysis

 

Taking a look at your competitors’ marketing strategies may give you ideas for your own planning, including what you need to cover and how to set your business apart from the crowd.

Basic business and marketing planning 

 

We will guide you through the 4 Ps of marketing.

  • Product

  • Place

  • Promotion

  • Price

 

We will help you with the goals and objectives you hope your marketing efforts will help you achieve.

Goals and Objectives  

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Most​ goals define positive outcomes that you want your business to achieve, but sometimes you also want to set goals to avoid pitfalls and to eliminate a few weaknesses.To help develop goals that cover all the bases, use the acronym ACES as you tick through the following key questions:

  • Achieve: What do you want to attain in the future?

  • Conserve: What do you want to hang on to?

  • Eliminate: What do you want to get rid of?

  • Steer clear: What do you want to avoid?

Review Technology Needs

In order to provide "up-to-date services to our clients you must have technology. so we review your current technology and give you suggestions of efficient software needed for your entity. We will also review the cost your technology to make sure you are using the most cost effective systems.

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