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It’s a fact that most new small businesses struggle. It’s part of the process. Still, keeping a business afloat in a rough business climate can be a daunting challenge. Here are six steps you can take to keep your business afloat and financially healthy.
Whether you’re the owner of a brick-and-mortar storefront, you’re strictly an online merchant, or you run your business from a food truck, you want to ensure that customers can pay conveniently and that you understand exactly what it costs your business to make that happen.
A new year means new tax deadlines! Here are some of the important dates you’re going to have to keep in mind for estimated taxes this year.
Every business should have one, but few know how to go about picking the best one. Here are five tips to help you choose the right business credit card for your business.
If you want your business to grow, you need to reinvest in it. But what to invest in? Here's how to reinvest in your business without wasting money.
Is your small business prepared for tax season? This article covers recent changes to business deductions, questions you should be thinking about going in to tax season, and what to consider in a tax preparer.
Leading a company through the troubled waters of an economic downturn can be frightening. The best time to prepare is now. Many businesses find themselves in generally “recession-proof” sectors—or can instead “recession-proof” themselves with a few key precautions.
What assumptions do we make about today’s world that simply aren’t true, especially when it comes to running your business? And what business essentials do you still cling to—even though they’re not needed on this side of the year 2000?
When to Buck the Trend Businesses that Followed the Road Less Traveled
People don’t often think of small biz owners as superheroes. But when you think about how determined, dynamic and resilient entrepreneurs are, plus the treme...