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Smart Cooking: The Restaurant Equipment You Should Lease
BY business.com editorial staff

Whether you're opening a restaurant for the first time or you're an experienced restaurateur, you need to find ways to save money wherever you can.

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What to Do If You're Behind on Your Taxes
BY business.com editorial staff

Don't let fear of the IRS paralyze you. Get your taxes sorted.

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Is It Time to Hire a CPA?
BY Max Freedman

Filing your own small business taxes may not be the best practice for you or your business.

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Retailers: Avoiding Transaction Risk of Keyed Payments
BY business.com editorial staff

In the majority of transactions, this risk is minor and ephemeral. However, certain transactions come with a greater degree of risk.

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How to Increase Your Restaurant's Profit Margin
BY business.com editorial staff

You can pump up profits for your restaurant with a few tried-and-true methods paired with creative balance of costs.

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5 Best Construction Estimating Tools
BY business.com editorial staff

Use one of these programs to gauge the costs of your next construction project.

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What Is the Triple Bottom Line?
BY Paula Fernandes

The triple bottom line is a sustainability-based accounting method that focuses on people, profit and planet. Here's how it works for businesses.

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LLC: Why You Need to Create One to Protect Your Assets
BY business.com editorial staff

An LLC may be costly to start, but a lawsuit would cost more.

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Restaurant Accounting: How It's Different
BY business.com editorial staff

Restaurants have their own special accounting needs and quirks.

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The Future of Blockchain for Business
BY business.com editorial staff

While blockchain technology is all the rage right now, it hasn't yet hit its stride.

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Important Tax-Saving Tips for Small Business Owners
BY business.com editorial staff

Following these eight tips can ensure a smooth, pain-free filing process this year.

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How do I get factoring done ?
QUESTION | BY James Rolle | 0 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/06/20

I have a 3.25mm dollar PO with the city of New York for face masks, they will not pay until 2 days after they receive them but my supplier wants a 50% deposit and 50% upon delivery, can I get a...

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Money Matters: Financial Literacy for Small Businesses
BY business.com editorial staff

A surprising number of small business owners indicate that they are financially illiterate. The good news is that gaining literacy is easy.

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Which credit card company provides merchant account to high risk industry such as telecom/voip ?
QUESTION | BY Jason Carter | 0 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/04/20

We have been looking to get a merchant account for quite a while to provide credit card purchase option since the demand is very high. Our main method of payment is wire transfer because of high...

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How Long Can Small Businesses Survive the Coronavirus-Related Disruption?
BY Andrew Martins

We asked small business owners how their businesses are faring in the wake of the coronavirus. Here's what we found out.

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How to Decide on Your Company's Fiscal Year
BY Catherine vanVonno

Choosing when to start your fiscal year is one of the first things you need to do when setting up a new business. It may sound like the easiest thing to do, but this small step has a big impact.

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Forget the Checks: 3 Reasons Why Your Construction Company Should Accept Credit Card Payments
BY business.com editorial staff

Learn about the advantages to accepting credit card payments.

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Social Media Strategists: How to Set Your Prices
BY business.com editorial staff

Our community asked how social media strategists should charge. We found answers.

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What Is a Rising Rate Environment?
BY business.com editorial staff

In a booming economy, while your rates may rise, your revenue should too.

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8 Reasons Why the Cash-Only Model Doesn't Work for Small Businesses
BY business.com editorial staff

Customers want options when it comes to paying. If you don't already accept credit cards, here are eight reasons you should.