Happy Holidays!

The offices of Expex, Inc. will be closed Monday, December 24th, and Tuesday, December 25th so that our team may spend the holiday with family and friends. We wish you and yours a very happy holiday and safe travels where ever the road may take you. The Expex Team

Are you ready for 2019?

Many small businesses are viewing 2018 with an eye towards 2019. What have we done well and where can we do better? These questions apply to so many aspects of a small business. Sales and Marketing Your business will not sell itself and pouring large amounts of money into an unorganized sales and marketing effort

Risk Management Strategies for Small Businesses

In June of this year, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) published a great article on their website, 5 Best Risk Management Strategies, by Barbara Weltman, Guest Blogger. Ms. Weltman writes, “Being in business is exciting but it also means facing challenges and risks every day. These risks and threats to your business can come

How do I establish business credit?

In a phenomenal article posted by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the author, Marco Carbajo, explains how a small business can go about establishing business credit. The article, How to Establish Business Credit for the First Time states: “Access to cash and credit is a business’s lifeline. Business credit allows a company to borrow money


Tomorrow, November 6th is Election Day. Midterm elections are named as such because they will take place in the middle of the current President’s term. USA.gov provides a plethora of information on voting, where to vote, and a list of the upcoming elections and other valuable information. Visit https://www.usa.gov/midterm-state-and-local-elections for more information in addition to

Fire Prevention Week- Create an emergency plan for...

Fire Prevention Week is October 7-13, 2018. Yes, we are nearing the end of this week, but the message remains:  Be Prepared. The U.S. Small Business Administration wrote a great article on their site: “An estimated 25 percent of businesses don’t open again after a major disaster, according to the Institute for Business and Home

Are you a veterinarian running a small practice?

Often, we think of small business owners only traditional businesses such as service businesses, IT companies and perhaps trade companies like plumbers and pest control firms.  We came across this great article on Veterinarian’s Money Digest, published on May 26, 2018, addressing the concerns of a veterinarian practice. The article, Accounting Tips for the Busy

Invoices paid late?

If so, you are not alone, and the solution is not always easy.  According to a recent article on the website, CPA Practice Advisor, 1 in 10 invoices fail to be paid on time. The article features commentary from Nancy Harris, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Sage North America: “Late payments create unnecessary

Year end bonuses got you confused?

Many small business owners struggle this time of year with determining year end bonus packages.  The balance between what the company can afford to give and the need to show appreciation for its employees is sometimes difficult. The SBA posted an article on December 7th, 5 Things to Know about Year-End Bonuses written by their

Holiday Marketing Guide for Small Businesses

We came across this great article as we approach the time of year for holiday marketing. The Holiday Marketing Guide For Small Businesses – The Latest Marketing Best Practices and Cutting Edge Tactics, by Elena Velikova, appeared on November 14, 2017 on the site Promotionworld.com. “For businesses and startups, the holiday season is the most

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