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Should you use a business credit card or debit card? The answer depends on a few factors. Here's what you need to know about both types of payment cards for business owners.
There are steps you can take in the event you do not get your payment.
Online payment app usage is surging. There are pros and cons to accepting this payment method.
If your business accepts credit cards, PCI compliance is essential.
Accounting software is critical to virtually every business. These 10 bookkeeping tools are recommended by small business owners for their ease of use, versatility and effectiveness.
Construction businesses demand significant overhead for labor and materials. Funding them can be difficult, but these loan options and financing products make it easier.
Private equity and venture capital funding are both considered alternative investments, but there are significant differences between the two.
Increased working capital for hard-hit small businesses will allow them to rebuild and flourish, thereby boosting overall economic recovery.
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.
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.
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.
Learn about the SBA's offer in compromise process, including who is eligible and important do's and don'ts for handling SBA default.
Are you paying too much for credit card processing? Find out how you can reduce the amount you pay for transactions.
The Paycheck Protection Program is open for a new round of funding. See if you qualify, how to apply for forgiveness, and what you can use the loan to cover.
While the holiday season is a lucrative time for merchants, the inevitable holiday hangover of chargebacks is less welcome. Here's how to ease the process and increase how much you recoup.
Here's how to minimize your credit card processing fees the legal way.
Credit cards can be an effective way to fund your small business if you pay off your balance each month and take advantage of the many perks available to you.