If your small business is ready for an inventory management system, keep an eye out for these 7 features.
Raising Venture Capital for Your Small Business: What to Consider
If you’re curious about small business venture capital, we cover what you’d need to qualify as well as the pros and cons.
Should Your Small Business Accept Cash?
Do businesses have to accept cash? Some states may require it, but otherwise, it’s up to the owner. Here are the pros and cons of going cashless.
How to Run a Successful Electrical Business
Our guide on how to run a successful electrical business offers advice on updating your business plan, securing financing and sizing up your competitors.
The 6 Most Important Characteristics of Small Business Owners
Most Important Characteristics of Small Business Owners
What Should I Do With This Year’s Profit?
Congrats! You’re set to earn a profit this year. Now what do you do with it? Here are insights and tips to help you best manage small business income.
When It Makes Sense to Use the Section 179 Tax Deduction, and When It Doesn’t
When you buy new equipment, 179 depreciation can give you a large tax break. What qualifies for section 179 depreciation and is it the right move for you?
What Is a Working Capital Loan?
A working capital loan can be a lifeline for your business, filling the cash gap between what you currently owe and what you currently have to pay it.
Where to Turn If Your Traditional Financing Options Aren’t Fitting the Bill
As a small business owner, you may not be eligible for traditional types of business loans. But don’t fret! You still have multiple funding options.
Short-Term vs. Long-Term Business Loans
There are important differences between short-term and long-term business loans to keep in mind.