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If your small business is in need of capital, angel investors are an option you can turn to for funding. Here's everything you need to know about finding an angel investor.
International investors present a big opportunity for startups in need of capital.
Total compensation helps employers attract top talent and grasp the full related costs of each full-time employee.
Business.com has compared factoring services and selected the best ones for small businesses. Compare company services and fees to make your buying decisions easier.
A PPP loan can help struggling businesses, but it's not the only option if you need more of a financial boost.
Construction businesses demand significant overhead for labor and materials. Funding them can be difficult, but these loan options and financing products make it easier.
Installment loans are a viable funding option for many small businesses. Before you take one out, check out our guide.
Private equity and venture capital funding are both considered alternative investments, but there are significant differences between the two.
The income statement, which tracks your revenue after expenses, paints a picture of how your business is performing over a period of time.
Increased working capital for hard-hit small businesses will allow them to rebuild and flourish, thereby boosting overall economic recovery.
The resilience of small businesses with limited assets has been tested during the pandemic. Here are six ways to stay resilient during this prolonged downturn.
Taxes can be difficult to navigate, but it's well worth the effort. To help you maximize the deductions and benefits you're entitled to, we've put together this list of self-employed tax deductions.
Qualifying for a business credit card if you have bad credit is difficult but not impossible. You may have to start with a secured card.
From access to capital to education and counseling, the Small Business Administration has a lot to offer small business owners.
Bookkeeping isn't the most compelling aspect of running your business, and 2020 might have put you further behind. Here's how to make good accounting habits and stay on top of your finances this year.
The statement of shareholder equity tells you the value of a business after investors and stockholders are paid out.
To accurately pay your employees each pay period, you need to understand what to deduct from their paychecks.
These practices will help you quickly and successfully find the best loan for your small business.
Here's a rundown of the loan programs and lenders for veteran-owned businesses.
Understanding the difference between a secured credit card and an unsecured credit card is the first step in choosing the right one for your business.
In-house bookkeepers, freelancers and outsourced partners all have pros and cons. The best choice depends on the level of service your business requires.
Learn about the SBA's offer in compromise process, including who is eligible and important do's and don'ts for handling SBA default.
Improving your balance sheet can optimize your cash flow, paint a clearer picture of your finances and reveal whether you can take on debt or investors.
Learn the important facts that every borrower and personal guarantor needs to understand if they hope to succeed with an SBA offer in compromise following an SBA loan default.
Getting audited by the IRS can be a stressful and, ultimately, costly event. To help avoid that scenario, we've collected 19 tips to avoid being targeted by the IRS.
If your business received money through the Paycheck Protection Program, your tax situation for 2020 will be different from previous years.