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How to figure out your small business’ start-up costs

Saturday, November 23rd, 2019

The first type of cost you have to estimate are your start-up expenses, the one-time expenses you need to incur before you make your first sale. Start-up expenses are onetime capital (big money) expenses and monthly operating expenses. One-time capital costs might include purchase of initial inventory, purchase of equipment or furniture, improvements to your physical space, development of a website and deposits and fees.

Download our free Start-Up Costs Calculator!

Saturday, August 3rd, 2019

Start-up costs, the one-time expenses you need to incur before you make your first sale, are one type of cost you’ll need to estimate when starting a small business. Our free Start-Up Costs Calculator is a template that’ll help you get an idea how much it will cost to start your business. Download our free […]

How much does it cost to start a small business in Canada?

Saturday, January 12th, 2019

You’ve done all the necessary market research, you’ve upleveled some of your important entrepreneurship skills, and you’re ready to start the small business of your dreams. So – how much money will you need? It’s important that you know your start-up costs ahead of time. We know entrepreneurship is exciting, but you don’t want to […]

Small business blog posts we liked this week

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

Small business advice and tips from around the blog world.

All about small business operating expenses

Saturday, May 11th, 2013

Operating expenses are an important type of cost you’ll need to be familiar with.

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