Will That Be Cash or Barter?

Posted on 11. Aug, 2020 by in Budget, Misc. Articles, Small Business Tips, Spending

How swapping products and services could benefit your business Bartering, the act of trading goods or services with other goods or services instead of money, is more popular than ever. With high unemployment rates and cash flow being stressed, bartering is a good way to create value for your business. The new world of bartering […]

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Small Business Owners Get Good News on PPP Loan Forgiveness

Posted on 29. Jul, 2020 by in COVID-19, Small Business Tips

Small business owners, self-employed workers and freelancers received some welcome news when Congress recently passed the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act. This new law clarifies how businesses can qualify to have all or a portion of its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiven. Here is what you need to know: December 31, 2020 is the new […]

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The New Face of Banking

Posted on 07. Jul, 2020 by in Banking, COVID-19, Mortgage, Small Business Tips

It suddenly just got a whole lot more difficult to buy a home The banking sector is the latest industry to dramatically change how it operates in response to the current economic environment. The most visible change for consumers are new requirements for taking out a mortgage. Here are some tips for working with banks […]

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10 Ways to Boost Your Business Revenue for 2020

Posted on 21. Jan, 2020 by in Revenue, Small Business Tips

The start of a new year also means that it’s the perfect time to revisit old business strategies from last year so that you can maximize your revenue for 2020. If your financial numbers were fantastic last year, that’s great! Keep the strategies that worked for you and cut the ones that didn’t.  If your financial numbers weren’t amazing […]

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Make Your Cash Worth More

Posted on 16. Jan, 2020 by in Cashflow, Managing Finances, Misc. Articles, Small Business Tips

Your cash is parked. Do you know if it’s making or losing you money? For instance, letting it sit in a non-interest-bearing account is a waste of earnings potential. It’s actually losing money if you factor in inflation! Here are some ideas to help you make the most of your banked cash: Understand your bank […]

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2020 Retirement Plan Limits

Posted on 07. Jan, 2020 by in Retirement Accounts, Small Business Tips, Tax Tips

As part of your 2020 planning, now is the time to review funding your retirement accounts. By establishing your contribution goals at the beginning of each year, the financial impact of saving for your future should be more manageable. Here are annual contribution limits: Take action If you have not already done so, please consider: […]

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Cash Flow: A Central Part of Your Business Plan

Posted on 24. Dec, 2019 by in Cashflow

When tracking and planning your business objectives, it’s easy to focus your analysis on two reports — the income statement and balance sheet. But one of the primary keys to your business’s success relies more on how you handle the money flowing in and out of the business. The appearance of a solid profit can […]

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Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

Posted on 08. Nov, 2019 by in Managing Finances, Small Business Tips

Your credit score is more important than ever. Once viewed as a necessity when applying for a mortgage, it now factors into renting an apartment, paying for utilities, buying a cell phone, and determining the amount you pay for home and auto insurance! Here are tips to help you improve and maintain a good credit […]

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5 Ways to Speed Up Your Cash Flow 

Posted on 25. Oct, 2019 by in Cashflow, Small Business Tips

One of the biggest challenges for small businesses is managing cash flow. There never seems to be enough cash to meet all of the obligations, so it makes sense to speed up cash flow when you can. Here are five tips you can use to get your cash faster or slow down the outflow.   1. Stay […]

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Why You Need to Read the Fine Print

Posted on 10. Oct, 2019 by in Identity Theft, Misc. Articles

According to a recent Deloitte survey, 91 percent of people agree to terms and conditions without reading the legal agreement. While reading through the legally complex language may be slow and painful, it’s more important than you think. Here are four reasons why reading entire legal agreements make sense: You miss a major technicality. Many agreements […]

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