The Importance Of Unsecured Business Credit

In today's economy, having the appropriate amount of cash on hand can mean either success or failure for a business. In order to help their business grow and thrive many business owners turn to unsecured business credit to help...

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Small Business Finances: Making Things Easier

For new small businesses, revenue variations can be quite common. Often, owners find it difficult to bring in steady money. Between spending on things like bringing in more employees or upgrading technology, small business owners can experience a struggle...

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How to Scale Your Small Business 

Sometimes, success happens so fast for a business that you simply aren't prepared for it. Yes, it sounds like a nice problem to have, but in practical terms, how do you rapidly scale up to meet the sudden increase...

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How Medical Factoring Can Improve Your Cash Flow

Factoring has become a quite popular financing solution for all types of healthcare businesses, including medical practices and diagnostic centers. A medical factoring program can be set up quickly - in a week or two at the most. The...

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Preparing Your Inventory for the Holidays

Black Friday, the day following Thanksgiving, is when many retailers begin to turn a profit. For many small to mid-sized retailers, the holiday season accounts for up to 20% of their annual sales. Here are some inventory tips to...

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An Introduction To Consumer Financing

Consumer financing has the potential to increase your average order value by 15% or more, and it often makes the difference between making a sales conversion and losing a customer. Buyers who don't have the cash and don't have...

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The Differences Between an Accountant and a Bookkeeper

As a business person, you need to follow your money. An accountant and a bookkeeper are both skilled professionals who track and analyze your cash flow and assets. Unfortunately, many business owners do not know the difference between a...

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10 Ways to Grow Your Business

Only twenty percent of new businesses survive their start-up phases. If you are congratulating yourself because your business falls within this group, it's time to think about the next stage – the growth phase. Depending on the type of...

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The Advantages of Equipment Leasing

Having the right equipment enables you to run your business more efficiently. Unfortunately, the proper equipment can be costly. Not only do you need to have sufficient cash on hand to purchase the equipment outright, but then you need...

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Tips for Simplifying Small Business Tax Preparation

Before you know it, tax season will sneak up on you. Don't be the small business owner who is frantically gathering documents at the last minute. You want to avoid having to scramble for receipts, calculate mileage, etc. two...

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