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Will Paying off My Debt Improve My Business Credit Score?
By Sean Peek | February 02, 2022

Your personal and business credit scores can impact your company's financial future.

The Difference Between an Accountant and a Bookkeeper (and Why You Need Both)
By Dachondra Cason | February 02, 2022

Understand these two roles to match the right financial task with the right professional.

Medical Billing Process Step by Step
By Max Freedman | February 02, 2022

Learn how to streamline your medical billing process for more accurate claims and faster reimbursement.

2021: The Year to Catch Up on Your Business Finances
By Lil Roberts | February 02, 2022

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.

How to Get Your Business Loan Application Approved
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 02, 2022

Learn how to better position yourself to secure funding to start or grow your business.

Financing Your Construction Business
By Karina Fabian | February 02, 2022

Construction businesses demand significant overhead for labor and materials. Funding them can be difficult, but these loan options and financing products make it easier.

How Much Does It Cost to Start an Online Business?
By Zac Johnson | February 02, 2022

Everyone's startup is different, but these expenses are typical and usually necessary.

What's the Difference Between a Grant and Business Loan?
By Skye Schooley | February 01, 2022

Learn whether a business grant or business loan is better for your business.

20 Businesses You Can Start on the Cheap
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 01, 2022

You don't need a ton of cash to get a business up and running. Opportunities abound to become a business owner with less than $500. Here's a look at 20 of them.

Business Loans for Veterans: What You Need to Know
By Meredith Wood | February 01, 2022

Here's a rundown of the loan programs and lenders for veteran-owned businesses.

Guide to Choosing a Business Equipment Loan
By Julie Thompson | February 01, 2022

Need financing for business equipment? Here's what you need to know about choosing a business equipment loan.

How to Develop a Business Credit Card Expense Policy
By Matt D'Angelo | February 01, 2022

Business credit cards can be useful, but how can you tailor a credit card expense policy for your employees to follow?

What a Bill of Materials Is and Why You Need One
By Sean Peek | February 01, 2022

Here are some tips to create a bill of materials.

Is Asset-Based Lending Right for Your Business?
By Matthew G. | February 01, 2022

You can use your assets for a business loan to increase your available capital.

How to Apply for Government Grants
By Max Freedman | February 01, 2022

Applying for government grants can be a confusing and lengthy process, but the end result could be a monetary award for your business. Here's how to apply for a government grant.

Small Business Guide to Alternative Lending
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 01, 2022

Looking for funding? When banks let you down, consider an alternative loan.

Everything You Need to Know About 7702 Plans
By Max Freedman | February 01, 2022

A 7702 plan isn't really a retirement plan at all – it's a life insurance policy.

What Is Actual Cash Value in Business Property Insurance?
By Nicole Urbanowicz | February 01, 2022

If you're considering business property insurance, it's crucial to understand the difference between actual cash value and replacement cost.

The Complete Guide to Accounts Payable Reporting
By Jamie Johnson | February 01, 2022

Accounts payable reporting involves tracking and recording business transactions. These reports ensure a company's financial data is accurate and up to date.

Pad That Bank Account: 6 Strategies for Companies Raising Capital
By Faizan Raza | January 31, 2022

Whether you run a startup or a Fortune 500 company, you need capital to grow. Here are six strategies for raising capital as a small business owner.

What Happens if You Can't Repay Your SBA Loan?
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 26, 2022

There are options available if you can't repay your SBA loan.

Telemedicine Billing Tips
By Carlos Soto | January 24, 2022

Telemedicine services are popular, but how do clinics bill for those services, and how can they streamline the process?

How to Increase Your Restaurant's Profits in 2022
By Zac Johnson | January 20, 2022

Here are 10 strategies to boost your restaurant's bottom line.

Common Construction Accounting Problems Solved
By Dachondra Cason | January 14, 2022

Accountants in the construction industry face unique challenges. Here are four ways to simplify your construction accounting procedures.

What Is a Rising Rate Environment?
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 13, 2022

While your rates may rise in a booming economy, your revenue should too.

Important Tax-Saving Tips for Small Business Owners
By Dachondra Cason | January 12, 2022

Follow these tips for a smooth, pain-free filing process this year.

When Does Your Business Credit Score Matter?
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 10, 2022

What is the difference between your personal and business credit score, and when does your business credit score matter?

Unique Ways Small Businesses Can Increase Cash Flow
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 05, 2022

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any small business. These tips will help you increase cash flow.

How FinTech Is Changing Business (and Bank Accounts)
By Ryne Landers | January 05, 2022

Bringing some Mountain View innovation to Wall Street's cloistered enclave

Which Financing Option Is Best for Your Small Business – a Line of Credit or a Term Loan?
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 05, 2022

Building and running a small business is no small task. One of the biggest challenges is managing finances. See if a term loan or line of credit could help.