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Dock Treece

Business Finance Writer
Introduction
About Me

Dock David Treece is a respected finance expert known for his thorough exploration of business financial matters, with a focus on Small Business Administration (SBA) loans and alternative lending. He currently serves as the senior vice president of marketing at BNY Mellon, having previously held the role of editorial manager at Dotdash.

Drawing from over 17 years of experience, Treece has worn various hats, including financial advisor, registered investment advisor and a key position on the FINRA Small Firm Advisory Board. In addition to his corporate roles, Treece’s entrepreneurial background adds depth to his understanding of the challenges and opportunities small business owners face. As a co-founder and manager of a small business, he offers firsthand insights into the tools and tactics necessary for success in the ever-changing entrepreneurial landscape.

Experience
Co-Founder, Principal Consultant at The Content Management Agency, LLC
January 2020 - Present
Senior Director of Content Strategy at Lippincott
May 2023 - June 2023
Performance Marketing Lead at Benzinga
November 2021 - October 2022
Freelance Contributor at GM Financial
December 2021 - July 2022
Freelance Contributor at Progressive Insurance
December 2021 - July 2022
Freelance Contributor at Forbes Advisor
May 2020 - July 2022
Freelance Contributor & Content Strategist at business.com, a Centerfield company
March 2020 - July 2022
Freelance Contributor, Finance Editor, Associate Editorial Director at Dotdash
February 2020 - August 2021
Freelance Contributor at TheBalance
February 2020 - May 2021
Freelance Contributor at Insider
August 2020 - February 2021
Freelance Contributor at Investopedia
February 2020 - May 2020
Education
Georgia Institute of Technology
M.S.
Analytics
Georgia Tech H. Milton Stewart School of ISyE
M.S.
Analytics
University of Miami - School of Business
B.B.A.
Finance
Dock's Activity
How to Apply for a Business Credit Card - thumbnail
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How to Apply for a Business Credit Card
A business credit card has distinct advantages, like simplified accounting. Learn how to choose, apply for and qualify for a business credit card.
Updated November 02, 2023
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Restaurant Accounting: How It’s Different
Restaurant accounting has specific needs and features. Here's a look at restaurant accounting methods and expenses, how tips factor in, and more.
Updated February 21, 2023
Revenue vs. Income: What’s the Difference? - thumbnail
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Revenue vs. Income: What’s the Difference?
Learn how the relationship between revenue and income affects your business and its value.
Updated February 16, 2024
Overhead Cost and How to Calculate It - thumbnail
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Overhead Cost and How to Calculate It
Overhead costs are expenses tied to things other than the production of goods or services. Here's how to calculate overhead.
Updated April 09, 2024
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How to Reconcile a Business Bank Account
Learn how to reconcile your business’s bank account by comparing your recorded transactions to the bank statements. Then, you can follow up on any errors.
Updated February 14, 2024
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How the Self-Employed Can Make Roth IRA Contributions
This guide explains how self-employed people can make Roth IRA contributions to save for their retirement.
Updated August 10, 2023
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Financial Accounting
Learn what every business owner needs to know about financial accounting, accounting software and financial statements.
Updated July 31, 2023
Which Business Credit Card Fees Are Tax-Deductible? - thumbnail
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Which Business Credit Card Fees Are Tax-Deductible?
Businesses can deduct credit card annual fees and other fees as business expenses. Learn how to deduct business credit card fees on your taxes correctly.
Updated September 15, 2023