Finance & Accounting
If you have a small business, sooner or later you'll run into a cash crunch. But with a little
creativity and a bit of savvy planning, you can avoid having your cash crunch turn into a full
blown financial crisis.
Worker's compensation insurance coverage varies from state to state. Here's what you need to know about it.
The costs of running a business can often
overwhelm first-time small business owners. In
order for a small business to be viable,
especially during its initial years,
entrepreneurs have to find ways of controlling
Getting a loan can be a simple and hassle free process - if you have the right kind of management, planning and organizations skills needed for the success of a business. There are a plethora of financial institutions that have a wide variety of options to choose from for your financing needs.
Good financial advisors have the skill to identify the nature of your financial problem and give you proper guidance to ensure that your financial status gets back on track.
It is very important that you and your company play your cards right. Getting a government contract is all about who you know and the right timing.
Venture capital is private equity capital that is generally provided by an outside source, such as outside investors, to finance a new, growing or struggling business. Venture capital is a good potential source of funding your new, comparatively unproven enterprise if you think you have a promising future. However, venture capital is not easy to acquire, so be realistic in your expectations.
Lenders are not likely to extend loans to a business that is relatively unestablished. Therefore, most small business owners need to rely on their own resources to finance their businesses.
Business bankruptcy is a situation where a business has more liabilities than assets, and does not have sufficient finances to meet monetary obligations. It often serves as a relief to business owners who are overwhelmed financially and unable to find a way out.
Irrespective of how good the product, how established the brand name, how valuable the plant and machinery and how dedicated and competent the staff, a negative cash flow could cause your business to crash. Here's some tips on how to ensure you steer clear of problems.