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These three small business owners are coping with challenges facing many entrepreneurs due to COVID-19 pandemic. Here are their stories.
Knowing how to value your business is a crucial piece of running the company. Learn how to you find an accurate value for your business.
Debt can be a useful way to start your business, but without proper management and care, things can turn ugly quickly.
The pandemic has forced many businesses to close or drastically adapt their business models to survive. Here's how to plan for the future of your business during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
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.
Don't let fear of the IRS paralyze you. Get your taxes sorted.
Filing your own small business taxes may not be the best practice for you or your business.
You can pump up profits for your restaurant with a few tried-and-true methods paired with creative balance of costs.
An LLC may be costly to start, but a lawsuit would cost more.
We asked small business owners how their businesses are faring in the wake of the coronavirus. Here's what we found out.
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.
Learn about the advantages to accepting credit card payments.
Customers want options when it comes to paying. If you don't already accept credit cards, here are eight reasons you should.
Small businesses need help now more than ever. Let's look at what the government has done to assist them and some suggestions for what it could do to keep these pillars of the community standing.
What do you do when a client won't pay what they owe? This step-by-step guide illuminates the B2B debt collection process.
Cutting expenses is a priority for many small business owners. Here are 10 tips for drastically reducing the cost of doing business.
Improve your chances of growth by covering these bases in your plan.
Accounting for a nonprofit organization can be complex with the strict tax requirements. This guide will help you stay on top of your nonprofit accounting responsibilities.
Follow these tips to write a better FHA credit explanation letter.
There are a couple methods of analysis you can use to determine the financial health of your business. But which is best?
Here's what you need to know when shopping for a new processor.
Learn what it means to default on a loan and why you should be upfront with your lender about it.
Find out how recent tax changes could affect your small business.
Outsourcing, also known as "contracting out," is the act of sending specific tasks and jobs outside your small business to be completed instead of handling them in-house.
Even though the 2020 tax season is still a few months off, there are some steps you can be taking now to ensure the process goes smoothly when it does arrive.
As we head into 2020, protecting your bottom line means understanding the risks of a data breach.
Businesses often live from payroll to payroll. Smart business leaders understand the power of saving for future growth.
Achieve greater efficiency, operational performance and more by outsourcing non-revenue-generating tasks to a trustworthy partner.
Keeping on top of your finances is critical to the success of your business.