Every business owner wants to make money. It's the reason you opened your own venture in the first place. Keeping track of the highs and lows when it comes to your bottom-line can become stressful if you aren't sure...
Accounting practices in-house may not be an ideal way for your business to handle billing and invoicing. This can happen when dealing with a massive influx of accounts receivable items to reconcile.People and other businesses may be slow to...
Renting items you need can be a great way to test something before you make a large investment. One of the best things about leasing anything is if you don't like it, you don't have to keep it. In...
DIY fans have made it clear: Purchasing homes to renovate and resell is on the rise. All you need do is turn on your favorite home improvement channel to see all the shows following people who do just that....
As a business owner, you need to be able to have access to funds for various reasons. If you've been in business for some time and have a positive cash flow, you may be able to fund some of...
When making grand plans for your new business, deciding which business structure works best may seem daunting and rather unglamorous. There are many more exciting things to think about like location or marketing or a logo. However, forming or...
There are certain times your business will have less activity and bring in less money. Depending on the type of product or service offered, this slowdown can last anywhere from a month to a few. As a business owner,...
Making financial decisions has always been your forte. You have enjoyed running numbers, looking at ways to cut costs and increase revenue. You have been considering starting a business, but aside from the numbers, you don't have any idea...
Financing your new business can be a scary prospect, especially if you aren't necessarily familiar with the way the lending process works. While it's ideal to open a business using only private funds, that is very often not the...
Creditworthiness is calculated using a few pieces of information. Lenders look first at credit scores as an indication of how you handle money. The higher the credit score, the more likely you will be able to manage finances well...