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For small business owners, maintaining strong cash flow is essential for the growth and prosperity of the company. One important aspect of trimming unnecessary expenditures is to claim all available tax deductions. Although you are generally not allowed to deduct...
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When you own a small business, you may wonder about how your business expenses impact your taxes. While personal expenses are not tax-deductible, even if you use them associated with your business, there are lots of things that can help...
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Managing people can be a difficult task, especially if you are new at it. While a lot of the success comes from learning what kind of leadership your team needs, there are things you can do to make it easier....
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Late-paying clients can be a frustrating prospect to deal with, especially if you have financial needs for your organization’s future strategy and success. Invoice factoring can be a beneficial financing option for your business, particularly if you are able to...
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If you want to expand your business, you may need a loan to make it happen. Fortunately, there are many options for financing that are designed specifically to help you expand your operations. The key to success is matching the...
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As a fledgling new business, you probably aren’t thinking about your business credit score. Once your business gets going and you realize that lenders are using your business credit report to give you financing deals and insurance rates. If you...
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Keeping up with business financials seems like a dreary task, a sure cure for insomnia or at least a drain on your valuable time. But, make no mistake, it is one of the vital things that every business owner needs...
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Seasonal businesses face lots of challenges to stay in operation year after year. The variable income can make that difficult, and sometimes capital is needed to make decisions that will benefit the longevity of the organization. Businesses can use accounts...
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