Small Business Finances

Effectively managing your small business’s finances are crucial to your business’s health. Learn more about how to improve, manage, analyze and grow your small business finances. 

11 Small Business Grants for Women

Funding your business through a grant can be challenging but also very rewarding. Since a grant is not a loan or form of credit, there is no expectation to repay it. And with record numbers of female entrepreneurs starting businesses... Read More
How Much Insurance Does Your Business Really Need?

A large percentage of small businesses in the United States don’t have enough insurance to protect them if things go wrong. Insurance can mean the difference between a setback and a disaster for the small business owner, but it’s also... Read More

4 Signs It’s Time to Get a Business Line of Credit

As a small business, there will be times when you need money you simply don't have. So when small business owners look for financing, a line of credit is usually a leading consideration. According to the Small Business Credit Survey,... Read More

July 15 Is the Last Day to File Your Taxes — Have You Filed Your Business and Personal Taxes?

Taxes are complicated even as an individual taxpayer. But for businesses, taxes are even more complex, with far more information and documents to be processed. Your business has to pay income tax in some manner, whether it’s directly through corporate... Read More

How Much Does an Accountant Cost?

An accountant is an essential role for many businesses. Though you may be able manage your business finances using accounting software at the beginning, this task becomes increasingly more challenging as your business grows and your free time shrinks. Additionally,... Read More

Best Startup Loans of 2020 - Get Between $5,000 and $500,000

How much money does your business need?
EIN Lookup: How to Find Business Tax ID Numbers for You and Others

An employer identification number — also called an EIN or federal tax ID number — is a unique numerical identifier that is assigned to businesses by the IRS principally for tax purposes. Your company’s EIN is like a Social Security... Read More

Invoice Financing vs. Invoice Factoring: What’s the Difference?

Outstanding invoices can be frustrating for small businesses. Although you know that the money for the invoices will get repaid at some point, if you have customers who are slow to pay or have long repayment terms, your company’s cash... Read More

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