An economy in recession is always hard on any small business. However, if you play your cards right, you might go through the period unscathed.
Reviving your small business and propelling it back to making profits is possible. Here are some steps you should take.
Learn ways of assessing credit and setting up a small business credit policy for your customers and business partners.
How well is your small business really performing? Learn important financial terms, statements and ratios to help improve your small business finances.
While the economy may be downtrodden, your business does not have to be. Get help from these four important tips to surviving a weak economy with your small business.
Loans and debt can be a burden to small business operations, but refinancing may be an effective solution. Learn more about when you should think about refinancing.
Not all lines of credit are created equal, and there are a myriad of pros and cons of using a business credit card. Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of business credit cards.
Whether you are an expert financial analyst or practically computer illiterate, you can create a financial model for your small business’ income goals. Read on to find out how you can be your company’s financial guru for 2010.
Do you want an advantage over your competitors? Consider extending your commercial client a line of credit, often referred to as Net 30. It may just give you the edge with your commercial clients that will prompt them to choose you over your competition.
Without the right fiscal management, business debt can spiral out of control. Learn the facets of consolidation and strategies to save money so you can reduce your business debt.