From the category archives: Business

Pay Up!

A construction company was involved in building a specialty plant for a large international company. When the building project began experiencing difficulties, the international company informed this contractor that they were not going to pay them over $700,000, even though they had no legitimate reason. 

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Starting a Business

Starting and managing a business takes motivation, desire, talent, research and planning. The purpose of any business that's operated by a Christian should be to glorify God, not just to make a profit.

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Identity theft

What is identity theft? James E. Bauer, deputy assistant director of the Office of Investigations for the U.S. Secret Service said, “Ready or not, here it comes: identity takeover fraud has com ...

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Are Your Vendors Happy?

"Do I pay staff, payroll taxes, or the vendor?" After staring at the checkbook it was obvious I could only do one of the three. This is a dilemma many business leaders have faced, but now the decision was mine. 

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What is a Christian Business?

I think everyone knows and understands there is no such entity as a "Christian business." A business is a corporation, partnership, or proprietorship. 

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Are Your Vendors Happy?

"Do I pay staff, payroll taxes, or the vendor?" After staring at the checkbook it was obvious I could only do one of the three. This is a dilemma many business leaders have faced, but now the decision was mine. 

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How to identify business bondage

Financial bondage applies to more than just indebtedness. Certainly those who owe more than they can pay are in bondage. However, those who have a large surplus and live in fear, pride, or with an inflated ego are also in bondage. 

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Using credit cards for business expenses

It is common practice in today's business world for employers to reimburse employees for business-related expenses: hotel rooms and meals while on a business trip or gasoline if the employee's car is used for business purposes.

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How to be a success

A look into God's Word quickly reveals that material blessings were given because God loved His people, not because His people deserved those blessings.

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Update on IRAs Part 2

New tax law has greatly expanded the contribution limits for certain types of retirement plans often used by the self-employed and small business owner.

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