Small business has changed a lot in the past few decades, a lot of it good but some not. However, one of the most significant...
As busy small business owners, we don’t celebrate milestones enough. While the world may not know about the important steps you took before officially...
While the federal government is not in the business of making loans to small businesses or startups directly, that doesn't mean it doesn't have a hand in helping small business thrive.
Sporting goods stores have no offseason; they're constantly adhering to customers' demands and purchasing inventory for every new season that comes. And like any small business, sporting goods stores need financing in order to keep up with the constant demand they face on a daily basis.
If you are in the start-up phase of owning a small business, give yourself some credit because it's unlikely anyone else will. Small businesses have an extremely difficult time getting credit from the one place they really want it: lending institutions.
With credit tight and traditional bank loans difficult to obtain, many small business owners are turning to the alternative financing industry to get the funding their business needs. "Alternative" financing can include a wide variety of options, some better suited to certain businesses than others. You should investigate each option to determine which is best for your business.
A critical stage in the small business loan application process happens before you even begin filling out an application form. There is much advance preparation to be done.
With industry revenues expected to soar in the coming decade, your practice should be positioning itself to take advantage of the opportunities expected to come your way.
Optimism is spreading across the industry, and many business owners are aiming to take advantage by hiring more employees, offering more products, and expanding to new locations. But when it comes to growing a business, owners often cannot rely on revenue alone to make it happen.
Are you overly worried about your small business debt? Well, you’re not alone. Nearly 50% of small businesses collapse because of the following reasons: ...