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As a small business owner, do you find it difficult to attract new customers? Building brand recognition and increasing online or in-store traffic can be challenging due to a variety of factors, included limited marketing budgets. Keep reading for tips on leveraging capital to generate sales... Read More
Let’s face it, independent small businesses are operating at a significant disadvantage in our current economy. Is Main Street hopeless, or do small business owners have something of value not found online? Read More
Small businesses must be prepared to fuel their business with operating cash flow at all times. By planning at least the worst, average, and best case scenarios for the near future, small business owners can minimize damage from external influences, while maximizing opportunities. Read More
For starters, an ACH small business loan can also be referred to as a small business cash flow loan, small business revenue based loan or merchant cash advance. The ACH designation really applies to how the lender is paid. We've outlined a few ways to make ACH business loan payments work for you. Read More
Creating an annual balance sheet will help you evaluate the equilibrium between your company’s assets against its liabilities, to determine the overall financial strength and value of your business. Read More
The trend of shopping for small business loans may have inadvertently lead to business owners doing more harm than good. Read More
The following steps provide a guide to navigating the seemingly daunting maze of cash flow management for your small business. Read More
Discounting can seem like a quick and easy way to help meet a quarterly sales goal or soothe a price-conscious customer. But could it do more harm than good? Read More
Two factors often at the root of business cash flow challenges, as well as advice on how to avoid or overcome them. Read More
Keeping your accounts receivable high may not seem like a big deal. After all, a business needs to pay its bills. And the current ratio—which is calculated by dividing current liabilities by current assets; including accounts receivable, is a basic measure of bill-paying ability. Read More

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