By Roger Pierce
On September 29, 2008 the Toronto Stock Exchange fell more than 840 points, the largest point drop in TSX history. On that same day, The New York Stock Exchange lost more than $1.2 trillion. Economists and legislators are trying to manage the economic downturn, but in reality, the economy's future is very uncertain. Small and medium size business owners can hope for the best and plan for the worst, step by step.
The following article highlights some of the useful steps that business owners can follow to best prepare themselves during these volatile times.
Last revision on December 11, 2012