The Small Business Savings Plan: 101 Tactics for Controlling Costs and Boosting the Bottom Line

The Small Business Savings Plan: 101 Tactics for Controlling Costs and Boosting the Bottom Line

by Timothy Gase
     
 
The Small Business Savings Plan is designed to create awareness of all the cutting-edge tactics at readers' disposal and offer adivce about how to put these strategies into practice. Surprisingly, the vast majority of smaller companies don't recognize how they can reduce costs. Certainly they monitor expenses, reduce payroll in tough times, shop for low-priced

Overview

The Small Business Savings Plan is designed to create awareness of all the cutting-edge tactics at readers' disposal and offer adivce about how to put these strategies into practice. Surprisingly, the vast majority of smaller companies don't recognize how they can reduce costs. Certainly they monitor expenses, reduce payroll in tough times, shop for low-priced vendors, and take other standard actions, but they fail to capitalize on the myriad of tools at their disposal. Part of the problem is lack of awareness. Author Tim Gase learned the hard way that controlling costs requires staying informed, thinking creatively, and working proactively no matter what type of business you're in. Based in part on his experiences as CEO of a small manufacturing company, The Small Business Savings Plan is filled with advice organized into accessible categories: employee benefits, taxes, utilities, capital investment strategies, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419593918
Publisher:
Kaplan Publishing
Publication date:
05/01/2007
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Tim Gase has spent the past ten years working for Peerless Saw Company, a small manufacturing business, in Groveport, Ohio, the last seven years as co-owner. During that time, he helped grow the business from a $6.8 million company to one worth more than $10 million, dramatically improving the company's bottom line and net profit.

Prior to joining Peerless, Gase worked for Apex, a division of Cooper Industries, a $4 billion company, where he held eight positions over a twelve-year period, including Business Manager for three product lines with P&L responsibility for about $7 million in sales. He has an MBA from Ohio University.

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