Finance & Accounting
Tax time is upon us once again, and that means its time to prepare your finances and start filing. But first, here are a few things to remember so you don’t end up on the wrong side of the law.
It seems as though, every year, there is a lot of coverage in the media in regards to government focuses on things like tax breaks and tax cuts. While there is a general idea out there that tax breaks and cuts are a good thing, not many people really understand what they mean or how they apply to them.
Once the Season of Giving has passed, it is time for small businesses to start focusing on the Season of Taking, also known as tax time.
Getting ready for tax season is something that should be on your mind year round. Waiting until the last minute is a recipe for disaster.
Financial decision making is an important part of running any business. Running a small business is no exception - and it’s important to watch every dime, because each one counts.
At some point in time, every small business owner will need additional funds. This is true whether you have a startup or established business. Here’s how to raise that much needed capital.
Is it possible that only a small percentage of business ideas are worthy of an investor’s trust and money? It would seem that were the case, as less than 10% of entrepreneurs are able to secure the funding needed to get their business off of the ground.
You have a great idea for a small business. You’ve developed a business plan, checked the demographics, tossed around some marketing ideas and you’re just about ready to roll. The last piece of the puzzle is financing.
Getting a business loan is more difficult than ever before. With banks tightening their credit guidelines, unless you have nearly perfect credit, it is almost impossible to secure a business loan. But all is not lost.
Getting a small business loan when you have bad personal credit is very difficult. In fact, startup business loans for people with bad credit are nearly impossible to find. This is true more now than ever, as banks and other financial institutions tighten their credit approval guidelines.