Entrepreneurs exploring options on funding a small business often turn to bank loans as an effective way for them to get initial capital to pay back once they have income flowing in. However, a recent report from The Wall Street Journal indicates that while there’s been slight growth in small business lending, the numbers are not very promising.
From running on a treadmill to playing the trumpet to writing haikus, there are lots of activities that we all enjoy to get some much-needed relaxation from the everyday stresses of life. So, in the entrepreneurial world, this begs the question: is it possible to turn one of your favorite hobbies into a formal, money-making business venture?
Being a solid negotiator is a trait most successful small business owners possess. In many instances, coming to an agreement or making a deal with someone can literally be the difference between making substantial income and struggling to get by financially.
With so many rules and regulations in the small business landscape, entrepreneurs across the nation are rejoicing over some much welcome news from the IRS and the U.S. Treasury Department that could help save them a ton of money.
Even though summer is here, that doesn’t mean you can take a vacation from handling your IRS tax obligations. There is an important tax deadline coming up next week for small business owners and self-employed professionals. Are you ready for it?
Self-motivated entrepreneurs toss around a variety of words. Two of these highly popular terms include “small business” and “startup.” While they can refer to similar entrepreneurial endeavors in some cases, they are quite different from a broader perspective.
Congress is looking to encourage more angel investors to put more of their money behind companies as a way to reignite the American economy. Small businesses and startups drive U.S. economic growth, which is why lawmakers are looking into legislation that can support this initiative.
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