Financing

Read tips and advice on how to finance a start-up business, whether to borrow from banks to finding investors. Also learn how to manage finances and cash flow, control taxes and handle book keeping tasks.

Handy Payroll Tips for Small Businesses

March 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Handy Payroll Tips for Small Businesses

For a small business. payroll can be a big pain. If one of your primary business stressors is handling payroll, then read on for some top tips you can follow today.

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5 Tips for Small Businesses During Tax Season

March 6, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 Tips for Small Businesses During Tax Season

Tax season can be a headache for small business owners. Here are some tips to make life easier for small business owners during the tax season.

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3 Ways Insurance and Benefit Consulting Can Help Your Small Business

February 22, 2017 | By | Reply More
3 Ways Insurance and Benefit Consulting Can Help Your Small Business

Given the many different types of insurance options for small businesses, insurance and benefit consulting can help you understand the right employee health benefits for your business.

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How to Successfully Finance Your Home-Based Business

February 14, 2017 | By | Reply More
How to Successfully Finance Your Home-Based Business

Getting financing for a home-based business can be extremely difficult. Here is a quick overview of how to successfully finance your home-based business.

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How to Take the Headache out of Customer Payments

February 6, 2017 | By | Reply More
How to Take the Headache out of Customer Payments

One area of business that can really be a headache, particularly if it turns into a big cash flow issue, is late (or non-existent) customer payments.

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8 Little-Known Facts About Receivable Factoring

January 17, 2017 | By | Reply More
8 Little-Known Facts About Receivable Factoring

Receivable factoring is a financing solution that few in business fully understand. Learn 8 little-known facts about receivable factoring.

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5 Signs You Should Update Your Point of Sale Processes

December 8, 2016 | By | Reply More
5 Signs You Should Update Your Point of Sale Processes

Point of sale hardware and software are essential tools that every savvy business owner must possess. Learn the six signs you should upgrade your point of sale processes.

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Five Tips to Slash Costs for a Startup

November 17, 2016 | By | Reply More
Five Tips to Slash Costs for a Startup

When starting a business, there are tons of ideas to help your business grow and succeed. Learn 5 tips to slash costs for a startup.

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7 Unique Ways You Can Use a Business Line of Credit

November 13, 2016 | By | Reply More
7 Unique Ways You Can Use a Business Line of Credit

A business line of credit is a revolving loan that you can use to fund a range of business expenses. With a line of credit, you can use the funds when your operating capital is low, repay the line when you receive additional revenue and then re-spend the funds as needed. Small businesses use these […]

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Buying Insurance and the Challenges Faced by Small Businesses

November 7, 2016 | By | Reply More
Buying Insurance and the Challenges Faced by Small Businesses

Understanding and managing insurance is not easy. Learn how small business owners can overcome this challenge in our interview with Rashmi Melgiri.

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Home Office Paperwork: What to Keep, Stow and Protect

October 25, 2016 | By | Reply More
Home Office Paperwork: What to Keep, Stow and Protect

Paperwork is like a river, and it could easily overwhelm your home office space. Learn how to manage home office paperwork, specifically what you should keep, stow and protect.

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Are You Prepared For Retirement?

July 12, 2016 | By | Reply More
Are You Prepared For Retirement?

SPONSORED CONTENT: After nearly 40 years of work, I decided to retire two months ago. After a few weeks, I realized that there is just so much golf and sleeping a man (or woman) can handle. I also must support my daughter’s last year in law school; not to mention that my first grandson was […]

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