You don’t have to go it alone when budgeting. Here’s an outline of how to plan, along with easy-to-use templates.
Want to understand Annual Percentage Rate? We’re explaining what the number means and how it affects your business financing.
Do you know how to assess the value of your small business? Here are some guidelines to follow if you’re interested in buying, selling or just knowing where your business stands.
Before applying for capital, gain valuable insight into lending terminology and vocabulary, like amortization, depreciation and more.
82% of businesses go under because of cash flow problems. Don’t be a statistic. Learn about cash flow management and start strengthening the financial health of your business.
If you’re seeking low cost funds to grow your business, lenders will ask for a number of financial documents to assess the overall health of your company.
As an entrepreneur, launching your first brick-and-mortar establishment can seem fiscally overwhelming. How are you going to finance everything without a single paying customer?
As a small business owner, it’s important to safeguard the online finances of your business. A breach of your finances may damage your brand image, and in extreme cases result in bankruptcy.
When you apply for a small business loan, an income statement from the last three years is usually one document you need to produce. Here are the details you need to know to calculate this financial document for a lender.
Tax season is coming—it’s inevitable. Getting your books tax-ready ensures you’re compliant with the IRS recordkeeping requirements.
Have you determined that your established small business could use additional funds for working capital, debt consolidation, a commercial real estate purchase, increased inventory or more?
In 2016, there were a record number of data breaches, affecting more than 1,000 companies, which represents a 40 percent increase from 2015. Securing your business accounts and online assets should be a primary focus for business owners.